Life and Sermons of Elder James Quinter
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Quinter’s daughter Mary published this book “at the earnest solicitation of [his] friends” (p. 7). She hoped that “glimpses” of Quinter’s life would “prove an encouragement and help” to readers, and that his sermons would bring them “into close contact with a heart warm with the love of Christ and zeal for His cause” (p. 8). H. B. Brumbaugh’s Introduction lists 3 similar goals: to provide “a short sketch of the life of a man who has made the world better by his living in it”; to preserve his sermons “for the benefit and instruction of the ministry”; and to “prove a home ministry in thousands of Christian families, at times when no other opportunity can be had, to have the Gospel preached” (p. 11).
Brethren’s Publishing Co.
Mt. Morris, IL
Appalachia, Pennsylvania, James Quinter, Church of the Brethren, Sermons
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Quinter, James and Quinter, Mary N., "Life and Sermons of Elder James Quinter" (1891). Quinter, James, 1816-1888. 2.
Marshall does not own this book; according to WorldCat, the nearest physical copy is at the Ohio History Connection in Columbus. Like all other books published in the United States in the 19th century, it is in the public domain.