The Waldensian Church: Her Work, Her Difficulties, Her Hopes
Giovanni Luzzi delivered this lecture on the Waldensian Church and its missionary work at Princeton Theological Seminary in 1914.
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- Contains the lecture delivered by Giovanni Luzzi at Princeton Theological Seminary in 1914
- Covers topics on the Waldensian Church and its missionary work
- Title: The Waldensian Church: Her Work, Her Difficulties, Her Hopes
- Author: Giovanni Luzzi
- Publisher: Dodd, Mead, and Company
- Publication Date: 1914
- Pages: 47
About Giovanni Luzzi
Giovanni Luzzi was president of the Waldensian Seminary of Theology in Florence, Italy, where he also served as chair of systematic theology. He is the author of The Struggle for Christian Truth in Italy, Modernism and the Religious Crisis in Italy, and The Waldensian Church and the Edict of Her Emancipation.