Early Work on Entire Sanctification

A Religious Controversy by Charles E. Orr (Guthrie, OK: Faith Publishing House, ca. 1911).  

Structured as a series of conversations (with speaking parts suitable for a reader's theater) discussing various challenges and views of Christian life and practice.  Its theological view appears to be in the "entire sanctification" arena and the holiness movement.

The copy shown here has a stamp on the back indicating it had been owned by the "Radio Program" of Capitol Hill Church of God, "Station KLPR 1140 on your dial" in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

A website has a digital version broken into conversations available for download.  For more on the history of this Oklahoma congregation see Mystorical.

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