Moral Re-Armament

[ree-ahr-muh-muh nt] /riˈɑr mə mənt/

a worldwide movement initiated by Frank Buchman in 1938 as a successor to the Oxford Group, and maintaining that the practice of high morality in public and private life is the key to world betterment.
Abbreviation: MRA.


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