This archive collection features original Oxford Group books. Many of these books are early printings from the 1920s-1930s. There were popular writers at that time that published several books about the Oxford Group including A.J. Russell, Samuel M. Shoemaker, and more. Some of the very popular Oxford Group books that you will find here are For Sinners Only, I Was A Pagan, When Man Listens, and more.
For Sinners OnlyBy A.J. Russell. First Published in 1932. This is an 11th Printing.
One Thing I KnowBy A.J. Russell. This is a First Printing from 1933.
Christ Comes To TownBy A.J. Russell. This is a First Printing from 1935.
God CallingEdited by A.J. Russell. This is the English Edition from 1975.
God CallingEdited by A.J. Russell. First Published in 1935.
God at Eventide:A Companion Volume to God Calling edited by A.J. Russell. Published in 1950.
What Is the Oxford Group?By the Layman with a Notebook. First Published in October 1933.
I Was A PaganBy V.C. Kitchen. Published by Hodder and Stoughton in 1934.
I Was A PaganBy V.C. Kitchen. Published by Harper and Brothers.
When Man ListensBy Cecil Rose. This is a 4th Printing from 1939. First Published in 1937.
When Man ListensBy Cecil Rose. Hard cover with a dust-jacket from 1956.
Life Began YesterdayBy Stephen Foot. First Published in 1935.
Life Began YesterdayBy Stephen Foot. First Cheap Edition from 1939.
The Venture of BeliefBy Philip Marshall Brown. This is a Third Edition. First Published in 1937.
When I Awake:Thoughts of the Morning Watch by Jack C. Winslow. First Published in 1938.
Drawing-Room Conversion:A Sociological Account of the Oxford Group Movement by Allan W. Eister. Published in 1950.
The Person of ChristBy L.W. Grensted. First Printing from 1933.
Rising TideThis magazine was put out by the Oxford Group in 1937. This was the only issue of the Rising Tide ever released.
The Big BenderBy Charles Clapp Jr. This is a First Edition from 1938. The author was an Oxford Group member who Bill W. helped to get sober in 1935.
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