Louis Albert Banks (1855-1933) was an American Methodist minister. He wrote dozens of books, mostly sermons (along the lines of F.W. Boreham, from what I hear), but also a few biographies, including his own, and a few books on social issues of his day. It looks like there are quite a lot to choose from available online, so much so that I'm amazed I'm only now hearing of him, and that we don't have him in our catalogue yet.
This blogger has already done a great job listing his works, along with links to where they can be found, so I won't duplicate his work at this time: http://olddeadguys.com/2020/04/08/a-bibliography-of-louis-albert-banks/
Suggest and discuss books to read (all languages welcome!)
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