Osias, Camilo; Lorenzana, Avelina. Evangelical Christianity in the Philippines. Dayton, OH: The United Brethren Publishing House, 1931. 
Former library book with typical stamps and labels, 240 clean pp., binding very good, tight. Very good. Hardcover.
"The authors of this volume present to us a veritable history of civilization in the Philippine Islands with its culmination in Evangelical Christianity. Certainly no one can be better qualified to supply a graphic treatise of the Filipinos than Senator Camilo Osias and Miss Aelina Lorenzana. Senator Osias has had a Roman Catholic background and thus can speak with an understanding and sympathetic heart. He is also a distinguished educator and author, a politician and a statesman but best of all a consecrated Christian gentleman. Miss Lorenzana is a direct product of Protestant Missionary enterprise in the Philippine Islands and belongs to the second generation of Evangelical Christians. Her father is an outstanding preacher of the gospel and administrator. She has been a teacher in the Philippine schools and pursued post graduate work in the United States specializing in religious education. " - Foreword.