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Frank H Nelson Of Cincinnati

Auhtor: Warren Herrick

Language: english
Published: 1945

Genres:

biography,  religion,  post 1930
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Review by Joanna Daneman, February 2006


Rating: (****)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Excerpts from the Book 'Frank H Nelson Of Cincinnati':

... of a member of the City Council, and with the knowledge and acquiescence of the police department. It was inevitable that some members of Christ ...
... light of this happening one is not surprised that later when a essor dogmatically stated that there could be no true Sacrament without the Apostolic ...
... capable man, full of energy and charm and a first-class organizer. This is a big idea, my friend but I believe God may be in it. It is like offering ...
... and low-church ceremony which prevailed when he took over, but such was his adroitness, skill and tact in leading them that he won their complete ...
... people said it was a mistake to make a parish house a community center, because in their minds it was being used only for social purposes, Mr. Nelson's ...
... in 1939. In a way it seemed as if Mr. Nelson had only to walk down Fourth Street and the money met him. In any case, in the prosperous years it flowed ...
... welfare of each individual in his church was his personal concern. He exercised this same solicitude for us young clergymen, some fourteen in number, ...
... It was climbed almost daily by some member of the staff, and very frequently by the Rector. It was not only the climb, but the drab, dreary houses ...
... it finds this corruption in business demoralizing to standards and character. It must utter its protest against overcrowded and unsanitary tenement houses, ...
... labor some of these dreams became actualities. He looked at the city's welfare from the religious viewpoint, and in so doing commended religion to ...
... and made me and the board responsible for it-made us stand behind her, until at last we were ashamed that our consciences were so dull and poor that ...
... the reappointment did not go through. He was a clergyman who never curried favor nor withheld opinion when forthrightness was the moral requisite. The ...
... address at the Helen S. Trounstine Memorial Service, a portion of which follows, we find one of the best examples of Mr. Nelson's ability to interpret ...
... original:. As those of you who have been here on other Good Fridays know, I give that my own interpretation. Some say that I am wrong: that when ...
... a man with no local associations, and his own long ties with the diocese made him an unsuitable candidate. He had confided in friends his lack of ...
... endeavoured to make him the presiding officer or President of the House of Deputies. He would never consent, and humorously said that if he became an ...
... quite another. We were the best of friends, writes Bishop Burton, who is a Cincinnatian by birth, and we often disagreed but got on happily together ...
... in his eyes, for they had been the best of friends. A great personality is more than what he says, and many times brushes aside the trammels of the popular ...
... average parson or layman. There are no theological concepts which fit him. Mr. Nelson had a natural talent for enjoying people, which implemented ...
... hymns of victory, hymns that he especially loved and which were expressive of his faith and spirit: John Bunyan's He who would valiant be, and There ...