The Collected Works of and Concerning John Alexander Dowieby John Alexander Dowie
Many people are familiar with the name of Dowie, and could maybe tell you a few generalities about his life, but for the serious
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This is the definitive collection concerning John Alexander Dowie, the healing evangelist, the founder of Zion City, Illinois, and the crazed minister who lost everything due to some really poor choices late in his ministry.
Many people are familiar with the name of Dowie, and could maybe tell you a few generalities about his life, but for the serious inquirers, this is the best place to start. This collection pulls from multiple sources in an attempt to give a well-rounded picture of Dowie. This volume contains a total of five complete books, plus a selection of newspaper articles concerning the end of Dowie's ministry and his death.
You will not find a more thorough, or more balanced collection of the life and ministry of John Alexander Dowie anywhere. This also contains a complete Table of Contents so you can read whatever you want with ease.
This collection contains the following books:
Dowie: Anointed of the Lord, by Arthur Newcomb
John Alexander Dowie and the Christian Catholic Apostolic Church, by Rolvix Harlan
The Personal Letters of John Alexander Dowie (compiled by Edna Sheldrake),
American First-Fruits, by John Alexander Dowie, and
The Times of the Restoration of All Things (complied by John A. Lewis).
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