Adon Taft

Adon Taft was religion editor for the Miami Herald in the 1960s.

 

From Herald of Holiness - October 12, 1966.

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Language: English

Herald of Holiness - October 12, 1966

Westlake Taylor Purkiser
George Coulter
John M. Drescher
Ethel G. Bemis
Carl F. H. Henry
Laura Forinash
E. E. Wordsworth
James Clayton
Edwin Zimbelman
Leo C. Davis
Elden Rawlings
Adon Taft
A collection of photos: people in a banquet hall seated around tables, a man speaking, people kneeling in prayer.
Lay Conference is Far-reaching (See page 12 for full story of August 23-28 Miami meeting.) Saturday luncheon attracts laymen en masse in beautiful banquet hall. Statesmen Walter Judd speaks to 1,200 Nazarenes Friday night, among which is General Superintendent G.B. Williamson in the background. Hundreds seek spiritual guidance following Dr. Lawlor's Saturday night message.

02 Christian or Pagan? by General Superintendent Coulter

03 Humility by John M. Drescher

04 Giants by Ethel Granger Bemis

05 The Blessing of Evangelical Reading by Carl F. H. Henry

06 Answer Expected by Laura Forinash

07 Tithing Teaches by E. E. Wordsworth

07 A Prayer from Vietnam by James Clayton

08 Enfolded in Protecting Arms by Edwin Zimbelman

09 Deliverance from the Inward Foe by Leo C. Davis

10 Editorially Speaking by W. T. Purkiser

12 Effect of Lay Conference Appears to Be Far-reaching by Elden Rawlings

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Complete magazine