Torrey, R. A. The Gospel for To-Day (Today): New Evangelistic Sermons for a New Day. New York &c. : Fleming H. Revell Company, 1922. 
Former library book, dark green cloth, remnants of library label on spine, 5 1/4 x 7 1/2 inches, 216 clean pp., tight. Date due slips, labels, and stamps on the front end papers. Good. Hardcover.
Reuben Archer Torrey (1856-1928), educated at Yale and also at various German universities. In 1889, while in the pastorate, D.L. Moody invited him to become the superintendent of his new school in Chicago (now the Moody Bible Institute.) He also served as pastor to the Chicago Avenue Church, now the Moody Church. He and Charles Alexander conducted evangelistic meetings together in many parts of the world. From the years 1912-1919 R. A. Torrey served as dean of the Bible Institute of Los Angeles. He also served from 1914 as pastor of the Church of the Open Door. From 1924 to his death, he ministered in conferences and taught at the Moody Bible Institute.