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The Shorter Life of D. L. Moody: His Work, vol. 2
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The Shorter Life of D. L. Moody: His Work, vol. 2

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The Bible Institute Colportage Ass’n 1900

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The Shorter Life of D. L. Moody is divided into two volumes: the first on his life; the second on his work. Written by his son Paul and his son-in-law A. P. Fitt, volume two covers the beginning of his career in Chicago, and follows Moody’s rise to become one of the country’s most celebrated preachers. Includes photos and interviews with family and friends.

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Key Features

  • Covers the beginning of D. L. Moody’s career
  • Examines Moody’s early publications
  • Includes photos and interviews with family and friends


  • Is D. L. Moody Also Among the Educators?
  • Foundation Principles
  • Everyday Life at Northfield Seminary
  • Mount Hermon School and Its Mission
  • D. L. Moody and His Students
  • Northfield as a Religious Center
  • The Great August Conferences for Christian Workers
  • Student Gatherings for Men
  • The Genesis of the Student Volunteer Movement
  • Conferences for Women
  • The Moody Bible Institute for Home and Foreign Missions
  • The Chicago Evening Classes
  • The Training School at Northfield
  • Camp Life at Northfield
  • The World’s Fair Gospel Campaign, 1893
  • Preaching the Gospel in Print
  • D. L. Moody’s Authorized Works
  • The Conversion of Valentine Burke, by D. L. Moody
  • A Plea for Prisoners, by D. L. Moody
  • D. L. Moody’s Monument

Product Details

  • Title: The Shorter Life of D. L. Moody: His Work, Volume 2
  • Authors: Paul Dwight Moody and Arthur Percy Fitt
  • Publisher: Bible Institute Colportage Association
  • Publication Date: 1900
  • Pages: 122

About the Authors

Paul Dwight Moody (1879–1947), son of D. L. Moody, served as a pastor at South Gongregational Church in St. Johnsbury, VT. He then served as president of Middlebury College from 1921–1943.

Arthur Percy Fitt (1869–1947) was the son-in-law of the famed American evangelist Dwight L. Moody. He was married to Moody’s daughter, Emma Reynolds Moody.

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