Moral Re-Armament

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Moral Re-Armament:

see Buchman, Frank N. DBuchman, Frank Nathan Daniel
, 1878–1961, American evangelist, b. Pennsburg, Pa. The international movement he founded has been variously called First Century Christian Fellowship, the Oxford Group, Moral Re-Armament (often known as MRA), and Buchmanism.
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The nongovernmental organization Moral Re-armament (MRA), now called Initiatives of Change International, has headquarters in Caux, Switzerland.
The full-page advertisement consisted of a letter supporting Moral Re-Armament and bearing the signatures of six prominent sports men.
So he was already searching for some way of making a difference to the world when, in his last term at Oxford, he went to see a film produced by Moral Re-Armament (now Initiatives of Change).
Moreover, a more fully representative treatment of the issues would have required that attention be given also to such highly important American Protestant groups as the Christian Anti-Communist Crusade and the Christian Crusade and to the international Moral Re-Armament Movement.
A report on the effect of Moral Re-Armament being applied for 12 months in Fort Dunlop was given to the World Assembly for Moral Re-Armament at Caux-sur-Montreal by Mr Albert Burn, the chairman of engineering shop stewards.
But may I respond to his allegation that Frank Buchman, the founder of Moral Re-armament (the Oxford Group), had thanked heaven for Hitler?
With other members of the JSP, she participated in Moral Re-Armament (MRA), an America-based anti-communist movement with an international focus as well as a program for personal change.
The book is slightly quirky because most of the examples have grown from people who have attended meetings sponsored by a sometimes controversial group called Moral Re-Armament.
government, reviews the unexamined role of the Moral Re-Armament Network in effecting Franco-German reconciliation after the Second World War.
A series of films made in the 1950s and '60s by an international organization called Moral Re-Armament earnestly promoted the group's social agenda of building a "hate-free, fear-free, greed-free world.
Then it was called moral re-armament and as a result of the associated disarmament policy, my generation were pitch-forked into a war against a well-armed German Army.
There she met a family involved with Moral Re-Armament (MRA), the forerunner of Initiatives of Change.