'To set Thy Cross within our Countr's heart' - John Flynn and Inland Australia
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John Flynn (1880-1951) is rightly famous for his work as the first and longest serving Superintendent of the Australian Inland Mission (AIM). Over the years, stimulated first by books like 'Flynn of the Inland and rising secularism in church and society, a number of myths gathered around him and the AIM.
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