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Topic - Samuel Logan Brengle
He's been dead for 77 years, and Samuel Logan Brengle's influence was chiefly limited in his lifetime to the Salvation Army, a scrappy evangelical church as much as a social services mission, and to the relatively small cluster of evangelical Protestant congregations comprising the "holiness movement."
The former Salvation Army officer, or church pastor, worked with the movement's editorial staffers in Nyack, N.Y., and then with Tyndale House Publishers in Wheaton, Ill., to come up with "Take Time to Be Holy," a small devotional book presenting 365 readings of Brengle's work, taken largely from books and articles Brengle wrote over a 50-year span.
Mr. Hostetler says yes, although there are challenges: "I think the holiness of life Brengle writes about is a much rarer experience today because so much of our modern lives mitigate against it," he said.