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Seven years" street preaching in San Francisco, California, by Rev. William Taylor.

Taylor, William

Seven years" street preaching in San Francisco, California, by Rev. William Taylor.

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English

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  • Taylor, William, -- 1821-1902. -- Indexes.

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    Other titles[Index to] Seven years" street preaching in San Francisco, California
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    The Physical Object
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    Open LibraryOL22960519M

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STRICKLAND. SIXTH THOUSAND. New York:. The first of seventeen books, Seven Years’ Street Preaching in San Francisco (), sold o copies during its first year. Taylor’s experiences as an entrepreneurial missionary on the frontier became paradigmatic for the concepts he later called “Pauline missions.”.

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Taylor was born in Rockbridge County, Virginia in and in joined the Baltimore Conference of the Methodist Church. He became a missionary and travelled the world. He went first to California where he stayed for seven years preaching in the streets of San Francisco to miners and frontiersmen.

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His father was a minister in the Church of God in Christ and pastored Christ Memorial Church of God in Christ in Pacoima, he was young, Crouch's parents owned and operated Crouch Cleaners, a dry Born: July 1,San Francisco, California, U.S.He also, with Dr.

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