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His Brother's Keeper

Charles Monroe Sheldon

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Stuart Duncan arrives home from college to find the workers in his father's mine on the brink of a strike. Leading the strike is Stuart's boyhood friend, Eric Vassal. Will they be estranged by the opposing forces? Or can they learn to work together as Stuart learns the true meaning of being His Brother's Keeper?

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Community Reviews

This was an excellent book. Mr. Sheldon weaves a wonderful story that teaches us a beautiful lesson about the value of things and our responsibility to each other. The story is set in the town of Champion and takes place during the iron miners strike of 1895. You will meet Stuart, the son of a rich

I got a long way into this book before realizing that I had read it before! In His Brother's Keeper, Stuart is faced with many challenges. How does a Christian use wealth? Where does his responsibility toward a brother or sister begin and end? The Salvation army has a signficiant role in this mining

Simple but inspiring story well read.

The original edition of His Brother's Keeper was written by Charles M Sheldon in 1895, one year before he wrote In His Steps, which was the story that launched the WWJD (What Would Jesus Do?)movement. It is based upon real events of a labor struggle that involved the Salvation Army, and a man named

In my opinion, an even better book than In His Steps and deserves to be better known. A clear depiction of what the Christian attitude toward the downtrodden ought to be.

I thought the story was a good one but too slow; some action scenes were attempting to be more significant than the final outcome warranted. Sheldon had insight into a labor dispute but kept revisiting and reiterating his point. It would be better if abridged.

I enjoyed this book much more than I thought I would. At this time in our nation's history, it was especially poignant. It told a story of a man of great wealth who used his money and power to do good and was much happier in the end.

Historic. A few good men led the way to eventual unions.

Every bit as good as In His Steps, I probably liked it better. If you can find a copy, read it. I'm not sure that Nelson is still printing it.

I really do like this one. A great inspirational read.

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