Reconstruction Messages from a Seventh Day Baptist Pulpit in War Time
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As stated in the Foreword, most of the sermons in this collection were preached “to the Sabbath morning congregation of the Salem (West Virginia) Seventh Day Baptist Church” during World War I, and were subsequently published in the Sabbath Recorder, a Seventh Day Baptist periodical published in Plainfield, New Jersey. Bond reissued the sermons in book form so that “Those who first heard them may find pleasure, and it is hoped some profit, in reading over in peace times sermons heard during anxious days of war” (p. 5).
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Appalachia, New York, West Virginia, Ahva John Clarence Bond, Seventh-Day Baptists, Sermons
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Bond, Ahva John Clarence, "Reconstruction Messages from a Seventh Day Baptist Pulpit in War Time" (1919). Bond, Ahva John Clarence, 1875-1958. 2.
Marshall does not own this book; according to WorldCat, the nearest physical copy is at the Asbury Theological Seminary in Wilmore, Kentucky. Like all other books published in the United States in the early 20th century, it is in the public domain.