A rather intimate knowledge of the Salvation Army’s work leads one to the conclusion that the rank and file of the Army’s officers and members who are actively engaged in the social work are a devoted group who take up much in devotion for what they lack in intelligence.
aus: Carstens, C. C. (1907): The Salvation Army-A Criticism, in: Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol. 30, Social Work of the Church, pp. 117-128.
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