I Was a Pagan by V.C. Kitchen - Second Printing 1934
I Was a Pagan by V.C. Kitchen
Hodder And Stoughton / February 1934
This book is in very good condition. Black cloth cover is lightly worn with bumped corners. Moderate, uniform age toning to pages. A previous owner signed their name on the first page. There is no other writing or markings inside the book. This book has a reproduction dust jacket that was printed onto two separate pieces of white paper and taped together.
“In 1934, Victor Constant Kitchen published a book called "I Was A Pagan", describing his discovery of the Oxford Group and the way it had changed his life. This little volume is one of the most useful of the works which were written during that period, for those who wish to obtain detailed knowledge about the group's central beliefs and practices, including such things as house parties, confession, moral inventory, quiet time, and guidance. There are also excellent descriptions.of some of the spiritual experiences which the group's members had. It is equally important in terms of understanding the early Alcoholics Anonymous movement, and what the A.A. people learned from the Oxford Group.”
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