Edman, V. Raymond. The Disciplines of Life; Foreword by H. A. Ironside. Chicago: Van Kampen Press, 1948. Maroon cloth with gilt titles, 4 3/4 x 6 3/4 inches, church library stamp on ffep, card pocket at back. Two former owner's signatures on ffep. 253 clean pp., tight, no dj. Good. Hardcover.
Written when the author was president of Wheaton College. V. Raymond Edman (1900-1967), missionary and pastor with the Christian & Missionary Alliance, president of Wheaton College from 1940 to 1965, friend and co-laborer with Billy Graham, who was a student at Wheaton during Edman's presidency.
"These very practical and thought-provoking chapters have been circulated through various channels for some months past and have brought blessing to many. It is a pleasure to commend them now that they are collected into one volume and sent forth to instruct and edify those who will take the time to read and meditate upon them. The general theme is one of great importance, often overlooked in this day of 'self-expression' and vaunted intellectual freedom which often results, not in liberty alone but in license to indulge every selfish propensity." - Foreword. (7111)