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Charles Monroe Sheldon (February 26, 1857 – February 24, 1946) was an American Congregationalist minister and leader of the Social Gospel movement. His novel, In His Steps, introduced the principle of "what would Jesus do?" which articulated an approach to Christian theology that became popular at the turn of the 20th century and had a revival almost one hundred years later. The stretch of US-24 on the north side of Topeka, Kansas between US-75 and K-4 is named the "Charles Sheldon Trafficway" in his honour.

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Halifax, N.S. : British-American Book & Tract Society, [1897?]
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