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L. Earl Slacum



  • Existence: 1987-11-30

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

Christ the Living Word, January 1953

 Series — Periodical File Folders

Church of God Watchman Outlook, February 1951

 Series — Periodical File Folders

Church of God Watchman, The, 1948 - 1952

 Series — Archives Periodicals CHOG

Earl Slacum Papers

Identifier: C-0189

Papers covering the Slacum Controversy in the Church of God and the responses to the controversy as well as materials relating to Slacum's life.

Dates: Majority of material found within 1944-1978

Heart Beats, 1945 - 1948

 Series — Archives Periodicals CHOG

L. Earl Slacum

 File — Box CHOG 307
Dates: Existence: 1881 - 2018; 1944-07-14

Letter Detailing Ministers Who Were in Nannie Lipper Newville's Home , Sent 11/17/1949

 Item — Box CHOG 176, Folder: Iowa
Scope and Contents

Nannie Newville hosted ministers in her home in Iowa. Letter is basically only a list of names.

Dates: Event: Sent 11/17/1949

Metropolis, IL, Dated 1/24/1950

 Item — Box CHOG 176, Folder: Illinois
Scope and Contents

Refers to a small congregation in Paducah, KY that fell apart after the pastor had a problem in his personal life. Refers C. E. Brown to people who could give him the history of their churches. E. H. Harding and wife say that they willl defend Anderson CHOG against the views of the Slacum movement. He is very satisfied with the progress of the church in Metropolis, IL.

Dates: Event: Dated 1/24/1950

Personal Letter of Luther G. Evans' Faith Journey, Dated 2/12/1950

 Item — Box CHOG 176, Folder: Idaho
Scope and Contents

He commends C. E. Brown as editor-in-chief of the Gospel Trumpet. Evans didn't agree with Earl Slacum's opinion of C. E. Brown and his leadership.

Dates: Event: Dated 2/12/1950

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