Morgan, G. Campbell; et al. Mundesley Bible Conference, 1913: Report of Sermons and Lectures. London: The Bookstall; Morgan & Scott, Ltd., 1913. First Edition.
Gray wrappers, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches, 1/2 tear to edge of front, "Wesleyan Methodist Sunday School Book Depot, Sheffield" ticket inside front, former owner's signature on ffep. Text complete; vi., 375 pp., brief underline in the article on Backsliding. Good. Paperback. 
G. Campbell Morgan organized this conference on the pattern that he saw at Moody's Northfield Conferences. They attracted eminent ministers and Christian workers from various denominations and several countries. "From 1906 to 1914, great 10-day conferences were held each year with speakers such as F. B. Meyer, R. B. Girdlestone, John Hutton, James Orr, W. H. Griffith Thomas, J. H. Jowett, A. T. Pierson, Charles R. Eerdman, and Gipsy Smith preaching to more than 1,000 conference attenders." - Dr. Sam Horn, G. Campbell Morgan, "A Preacher Come from God."
This issue includes lectures on The Graded Bible, by G. Campbell Morgan; The Importance of the Commonplace, by Len G. Broughton; The Great "Who Shall Separate?" by John A. Hutton; The Supreme Passion, by J. H. Jowett; Where also our Lord was Crucified, by Thomas Yates; A Door Opened in Heaven, by H. Elvet Lewis; etc.