Clyde W. Taylor

Clyde W. Taylor was a Baptist minister and founder of the National Association of Evangelicals. He also served on several other boards concerning Christian mission worldwide and in the United States. He was married to Ruth and father to Orletta, Clyde D., and Harold. 

Information gathered from "Evangelical Group Founder Clyde W. Taylor Dies." (1988, June 4). Washington Post. Retrieved from

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Herald of Holiness - July 31, 1968

Westlake Taylor Purkiser
Joseph H. Gilmore
George Coulter
Clyde W. Taylor
Katherine Bevis
James E. Adams
Russell F. Metcalfe, Jr.
John S., Jr., Noftle
J. Wilmer Lambert
Albert J. Lown
The text of the hymn He Leadeth Me.

01 He Leadeth Me! By Joseph H. Gilmore
02 Victims of our Treasures By General Superintendent Coulter
03 The U. S. Image and World Missions By Clyde W. Taylor
06 Pepper Trash By Katherine Bevis
07 The Beginning of the “End Man” By James E. Adams
08 The Cross and the Towel By Russell Metcalfe
10 Editorially Speaking By W.T. Purkiser
12 On Being a Whole Person: Patience, Understanding Needed By John S. Noftle
12 Fix It Now By J. Wilmer Lambert
13 Pro/Con: Letters to the Editor
13 Evangelists' Slates

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