Subjects

Ballroom

Dancing

Baptism

Ordinance of

Regeneration

Baptist Bible Union

Formation

Baptist Separation

Baptist Bible Union Formation

Baptists

American Baptist Apostasy

Confession of Faith

General Association of Regular Baptists

See List in
Right Panel

Beast

Antichrist

Bebop

Dancing

Beliefs

Statement of

Belligerence

Anger

Belly

Dancing

Bequilements

Warnings

Beverage

Alcoholic

Alcoholic Prohibition

Bible

Memorization

Study

Survey

Bible Books

Acts

Amos

Habakkuk

Haggai

Hosea

Malachi

Micah

Obadiah

Philippians

Bible School

Gambling

Bingo

Gambling

Blasphemy

Profanity

Blindness

Christian

Bolshevism

Theological Influence

Boogie

Dancing

Bread

Cost of

Brew

Alcoholic Drink

Alcoholic Prohibition

Bridge

Card Playing

Buddies

Improper

Burglary

Causes of

Baptists General Association of Regular Baptists

mag: “Answer to the Board of Education,” J.C. Massee

mag: “Apostasy in Song,” Unknown

notes: “Baptist Bible Union Formation,” Clinton A. Macomber

mag: “Baptist Bible Union of America,” Unknown

mag: “Baptist Bible Union of America,” Unknown

booklet: “Baptist Bible Union of America: Its Call and Manifesto,” Unknown

notes: “Baptist Cleavage,” J.E. Conant

booklet: “Baptist Principle in the Baptist Program,” Nathan R. Wood

mag: “Best Creed of Apostasy,” Unknown

mag: “Can Methodists Believe This?,” Unknown

mag: “Can This Be True?,” Unknown

notes: “Centered Faith,” J.E. Conant

mag: “Conditions in China,” Unknown

mag: “Continental Realignment of Baptists,” Unknown

mag: “Cooperation in the New World Movement,” J.E. Conant

mag: “Corporate Control, the Peril of Christian Education, I,” W.B. Riley

mag: “Corporate Control, the Peril of Christian Education, II,” W.B. Riley

mag: “Dearth of Men for the Ministry,” E.T. Tomlinson

mag: “Designation Service,” Unknown

notes: “Doctrine,” J.E. Conant

mag: “Doctrines Not of Fact?,” Unknown

notes: “Front to Back Gate of Christianity,” Paul M. Kanamori

mag: “Fundamentals of the Apostasy,” Unknown

mag: “Gift and Speech,” M.P. Boynton

mag: “Here and There,” Unknown

notes: “Incorporation,” J.E. Conant

mag: “Interesting Letter from a Returned Missionary I,” Bessie Williford Laraway

mag: “Interesting Letter from a Returned Missionary II,” Bessie Williford Laraway

mag: “It Is a Fight to the Finish,” Unknown

notes: “Letter from Echo’s Editor,” Mary Barnett

mag: “Little Joel and His Mother,” Unknown

news: “Little Sermon Out of Church,” Henry C. Vedder

mag: “Mandates,” Unknown

notes: “Mr. Aitchison Replies to Dr. Conant,” John Y. Aitchison

notes: “Mr. Padelford Replies to Dr. Conant,” Frank W. Padelford

mag: “New Hampshire Confession of Faith,” John Bunyan Lemon

mag: “New World Movement a Failure,” Unknown

mag: “Notable Ordination,” Unknown

booklet: “Open Letter,” George W. Dean

mag: “Poison in our Sunday School Helps,” J.E. Conant

mag: “Policy of our Denominational Leaders,” Unknown

mag: “Premillennialism and Missions,” John G. Moffat

mag: “Removing Objections,” Unknown

mag: “Report of the Resolution Committee,” Michigan Orthodox Baptist Association

mag: “Rockefeller’s Ignorance,” Unknown

mag: “Sand Creek Church Out and Injured,” Oliver W. Van Osdel

mag: “Schools and the Faith,” Unknown

mag: “Some Notes from the Michigan Baptist Convention,” F.R. Vine

news: “State Baptist Board of Managers Calls Dr. Van Osdel ‘Radical Dispensationalist;’ Confiscation of His Church Is Suggested,” Unknown

mag: “Theological Line-Up,” J.W. Weddell

mag: “Theological Schools: a Personal Testimony,” Rollo C. Speer

mag: “What Do Their Assurances Amount To?,” Unknown

mag: “Who Is Responsible?,” Unknown

Introduction


My folks were given this precious box of sermon envelopes, when I was a young lad, by the widow of Rev. Dale Satterthwaite, in hopes that we could use them. This collection has been an invaluable source of information, as well as a challenge, to enter the deeper Christian life.

The truths of these files are not taught in books, nor are they taught to us in Bible schools and seminaries. J.E. Conant was a well-travelled evangelist of the late 1800’s and of the early 1900’s. He spoke to people during and after the wars that have scarred yet made this country. He spoke to people, who had lost a great deal and understood that there is more to life than possessing material things. There was a hunger after righteousness.

The notes in the envelopes were meant to jog the Evangelist’s memory, so at times the wording is very cryptic. These areas have been softened to make them understandable. Some areas were “fleshed out” to provide a sense of the message from vague notes, while others were left in their simple outline form. Where illustrations were found, they have been included in the messages, while others simply have titles of the illustrations that he planned to use.

This work is the result of several years of compiling and editing, but if any readers have knowledge of missing information, it would be greatly appreciated if that would be forwarded to our press. May “he being dead, yet speak….”

Pastor Clinton Macomber
Redding, California, 2007


Titles Legend
booklet icon Booklet, Tract, Pamphlet, or Bulletin       notepad Personal Notes
chart Chart or Table mag icon Magazine, Periodical, or Scholarly Journal
illustration icon Illustration or Short Story pulpit Sermons or Sermon Outlines
news Newspaper or News clipping    

Credits

Judson Eber Conant; compiler and editor, Clinton A. Macomber, The Auction of the Soul (Redding, CA: Pleasant Places Press, 2008) http://preparingforeternity.org/conant/files/intro.php?index=subjects&letter=B&number=0096


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