William Chalmers Burns
Michael McMullen, 352 pages
William Chalmers Burns was surrounded by revival. Not only was he used by God in Scotland, Continental Europe and North America, but he was also a pioneer missionary in China (Where he persuaded a young man called Hudson Taylor to dress in Chinese clothes). In his journals are recorded a first hand account of revival and the life of a spiritual man with an adventurous spirit - a man whose favourite books as a boy were 'The Pilgrim's Progress' and 'The Life of Sir William Wallace' (Braveheart).