Pew Preaches

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Pew Preaches

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This collection of 14 essays, 2 of which were written by people with ties to Appalachia, offers what Stidger calls “a cross-section of what America’s leading laymen are thinking about preachers, the Church, religion, the State, missions, and life” (p. 7). Some have the label “sermon” underneath the title; Stanley High described others as sermons when he published them in the Christian Herald, a weekly newspaper that operated from 1878 to 1992. There thus seems to be sufficient grounds for including them in the Library.

Publication Date

1930

Publisher

Cokesbury Press

City

Nashville, TN

Keywords

Appalachia, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, William Le Roy Stidger, Methodist Episcopal Church, Sermons

Disciplines

Appalachian Studies | Digital Humanities | Other Religion | Rhetoric

Comments

The physical book is housed in Marshall’s Morrow Library. It is still under copyright, but an electronic copy can be borrowed from the Internet Archive.

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