Evangelism in the Pew

J. C. Massee

Published by The Winona Publishing Company, 1907
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One of Massee's earliest and most difficult books to find. This copy has newspaper clipping pasted inside front cover along with owner's name written. Beyond that there are no other marks in book. The cover is slightly worn and the title is done in gilt on dark maroon background cloth. Note the titles of the chapters: Did Jesus Mean It?, The Gospel in Trust, The Christian Individual, The Reconstruction of Method in Evangelism, The Vindication of the Gospel, the Preacher as a Soul Winner, Light House Towers, The Sunday School as a Soul-Saving agency, A Chapter of Suggestions, and the Appeal of Desolation. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Evangelism in the Pew
Publisher: The Winona Publishing Company
Publication Date: 1907
Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Good
Edition: Assumed First

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Massee, J. C.
Published by The Winona Publishing Society (1907)
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Book Description The Winona Publishing Society, 1907. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Maroon binding with gold lettering. Previous owner' name inside cover. Jasper Cortenus Massee (1871-1965) was a leading fundamentalist Baptist in the early 20th century. As a leader of the more moderate fundamentalist Baptists in the Northern Baptist Convention (NBC), his efforts towards reconciliation contributed to compromises that ensured its continued existence as a cohesive Christian denomination. Massee was born in Marshallville, Georgia. He was the youngest child of Drewry Washington Massee (a physician) and Susan Elizabeth Bryan Massee, and grew up a Southern Baptist in Marshallville. He attended Mercer University, then spent a year teaching before marrying and being ordained in 1893. In 1896, after the death of his first wife, he remarried and entered the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, where he stayed for a year before returning to preaching. Bookseller Inventory # 011633

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