undated, circa 1905-1919
When Davis Baird was going through his grandfather's materials, he observed that many sermons were pinned together with a straight pin in the upper-left corner. This led him to expect another beginning-to-end sermon here, but it is clear that this sermon was never completed. Furthermore, the notes as they were pinned together are almost certainly out of order, with the last page of what we'll call “Version 3” out of place. We provide both the notes in the original order they were found, and the notes as Davis Baird reordered them. As always, there also a transcription of the reordered notes. The primary document combines all of these together.
In these notes are five different beginnings; five attempts, none finished, to argue for the power of a Christ Like Life as against a life of sin.
The primary downloadable document contains the original document followed by the transcription. The bottom of each item page also features the primary document as an embedded pdf for browsing.
Transcription by Davis Baird. Item description based off writing and context provided by Davis Baird.
Earl Clement Davis, sermons, minister, Unitarianism, religion, philosophy
Davis, Earl Clement, "The Compelling Power of the Christ Like Life [Notes]" (2022). Sermons, 1905-1919. 28.