“By faith Pardee Butler became a sojourner in the land of Bleeding Kansas, dwelling in dugouts…who through faith subdued slavery, wrought righteousness and prohibition, escaping the edge of the sword. He was tortured, not accepting deliverance, that he might obtain the victory of the Gospel and establish an unsectarian, undenominational New Testament Church of Christ in the free and virgin soil of the great plains of the West.”
An abolitionist, a statesman, a writer, a farmer, a crusader–but most of all, a preacher. This is Pardee Butler.
The newest release from Cobb Publishing is Pardee Butler: The Definitive Collection.This 438-page book covers the life of this pioneer Kansas preacher from start to finish. When you see what’s in it, you’ll know why we call this the definitive collection.
Pardee Butler: Kansas Crusader
This work, graciously provided by the Kansas State Historical Society, looks at the life of Pardee Butler as he fought against slavery and saloons. And in Kansas, he won both fights.
Pardee Butler: Kansas Abolitionist
An extensive look at the life of Pardee Butler during his years of trying to make Kansas a “free state.”
Pardee Butler’s Reply to Attacks made by Elders Isaac Errett and Benjamin Franklin
This article was written for publication in answer to personal attacks made against him by his own brethren. These attacks were made by the leaders who thought the best tactic to take in regards to slavery is to just not bring it up. Of course, those brethren refused to print it, so Butler published it himself.
Personal Recollections of Pardee Butler
This is part autobiography, part history, and every bit of it interesting. Read his personal account of being “rafted” down the Missouri River by an angry mob. See how the same mob later tarred and cottoned him (they didn’t have feathers). But even more than that, You will see his incredible love for the truth and care for the churches in Kansas.
Pardee Butler: Pioneer Minister and Statesman
This is the “final word” on Pardee Butler, written by his son, Charles P. Butler. It gives a very balanced look at his life and shows that he was much more than an abolitionist.
Over a hundred hours of work have gone into preparing this 438-page book. We know that you’ll enjoy it!
Kindle version is available via Amazon.com.