Elijah Martindale, a pioneer preacher of the 1800s, was quite an interesting character. If you read the free preview edition of the Quarterly (you can download it here), then you got to read some of the interesting things that happened in his life, including the fact that he was kicked out of the church that he was preaching for…
…because he preached the truth on baptism and salvation.
There are a lot of interesting things that happened in this man’s life, and we only touched a few of them in the Quarterly. But today, we are giving you a much fuller picture.
Today’s addition to the absolutely free Jimmie Beller Memorial eLibrary is The Autobiography and Sermons of Elijah Martindale. Take a look at what you can read in this free eBook:
- Chapter I.
Birth and Early Training — Emigration to Ohio — To Indiana — Indian Troubles — Returning a Second Time to Our New Home — Religious Impressions.
- Chapter II.
Marriage — Deep Conviction for Sin — Christian Experience and Baptism — A Journey with William Stubbs — Uniting with the Newlight Church.
- Chapter III.
Ordained to the Ministry — First Sermon — Poverty and Persecution — Mourners Uncomforted — Preaching Near New Lisbon — Flattery.
- Chapter IV.
The Jerusalem Doctrine Calls Down Persecution — Voted Out of the New House — Some Things Lacking — Controversial Preaching — Ministers Exhorted to Faithfulness.
- Chapter V.
Preaching the Gospel — Desire for Union — Love for the Erring — Zeal of the Old Preachers
- Chapter VI.
Preaching Near Middletown.
- Chapter VII.
Preaching at Bentonville.
- Chapter VIII.
A Flourishing Church at Hillsboro.
Sermons and Articles
- Chapter IX.
On Family Training.
- Chapter X.
The Gospel Invitation.
- Chapter XI.
A Sermon on Supporting the War
- Chapter XII.
Sermon On Prayer.
- Chapter XIII.
Letter To Church Members.
- Chapter XIV.
Object And Form Of Local Churches.
- Chapter XV.
- Chapter XVI.
Parable Of The Ten Virgins.
- Chapter XVII.
Religion And Politics.
- Chapter XVIII.
Where Is The True Church Of Christ?.
- Chapter XIX.
Letter To My Brother John.
- Chapter XX.
Extract From Speech Delivered At An Old Settlers’ Meeting At New Castle, Ind.
- Chapter XXI.
Sermon delivered at the Christian Chapel, New Castle, April 13, 1873.
- Song I Used To Hear My Father Sing.
- A Brief Excerpt Of The History Of The Martindale Family In America.
I found this to be a very interesting read, and I think you will too. It’s not that long–actually only 67 pages.
If you like the church, the truth, conflict, and history, you’ll get all of it in this book that we’ve proofread, reformatted, and made into a nice-looking eBook just for you!
Read it online, or download it for later reading by clicking the link below:
-Bradley S. Cobb