2003 Hard cover New in new dust jacket. 256 p. Contains: Illustrations. Audience: General/trade. James White was a man of paradox. He loved the old gospel and the latest gadget.
Generous to a fault, he was bedeviled by rumors regarding his use of money. At times "cutting and slashing" in speech, he nevertheless touched the lives of thousands. "Stick to farming", said his friends. But young James had grander ideas. A driven man, he eeked out an education, became a reluctant preacher, was ordained by the Christian Connexion, joined the Millerite movement, and married Ellen with her frequent fainting spells. This man from Maine who never finished high school went on to found four journals, two publishing houses, and one college (now Andrews University). He organized a denomination, served as its leader, and published it hymnals. An admitted workaholic and spare-time entrepreneur, he bought and sold real estate, ran a nursery, and drove mules from Texas to Kansas aon the Chisholm trail. In this new biography
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