Outdoor Men and Minds
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In God is at the Organ, Stidger describes Outdoor Men and The Epic of Earth as collections of “nature sermons” (p. 10). In the Introduction to the book itself, he says that “The Bible is an out-of-doors book” (p. 13). Outdoor Men was thus written “to call attention to the fact that the greatest incidents of the Book of books occurred amid the mountains, along the rivers and lakes; in the deserts, on the seas, and have to do with the trees, the stars, the birds, and the storms of the Bible” (pp. 16-17).
Appalachia, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, William Le Roy Stidger, Methodist Episcopal Church, Sermons
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Stidger, William Le Roy, "Outdoor Men and Minds" (1920). Stidger, William Le Roy, 1885-1949. 13.
Marshall does not own this book; according to WorldCat, the nearest physical copy is at The Ohio State University in Columbus. Like all books published in the United States in the early 20th century, it is now in the public domain.