Chapter 3 of Reminiscences…

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https://restorationaudiobooks.com/audio-life-and-times/reminiscences-and-incidents-nathan-j-mitchell-1877/

Well, it has been too long since I last posted here. I intend to be a little more prompt in the future!

In April 1829, Alexander Campbell (left) debated the skeptic and socialist Robert Owen (right) in Cincinnati, OH on the evidences of Christianity. Campbell was forty-one years old at the time. A young twenty-one year old Nathan J. Mitchell and his older brother James made a trip on horseback from Belmont county Ohio to Cincinnati to attend the great debate between Campbell and Owen. In chapter 3 of his “Reminiscences,” Nathan relates a thrilling account of this trip, including many stories of impromptu gospel “meetings” he and his brother held along the way to the debate. This is part 1 of chapter 3; part 2 will follow.

Chapter 2 of Reminiscences…

In chapter 2 of his autobiography, Nathan J. Mitchell relates the story of his conversion to the ancient gospel and his earliest travels and efforts to preach. It is not only an exciting story of the times in which he lived, but also a demonstration of the effect the gospel of Christ had in his life and the lives of many others in the early 1800s.

Chapter 2

 

 

Reminiscences and Incidents, Nathan J. Mitchell, 1877

RR_Map_of_Belmont_County_1873

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be born and raised, and later travel and preach in frontier America in the early 1800? Let Nathan J. Mitchell tell you in his own words. One of the lesser known preachers of the Restoration Movement, Mitchell tells a fascinating story of his birth, childhood, and youth in chapter 1 of his autobiography–“Reminiscences and Incidents in the Life and Travels of a Pioneer Preacher of the Ancient Gospel”–published 1877.

Image: old railroad map of Belmont County, OH where Mitchell grew up.

Chapter 1

 

Audio Book of Aylette Raines’ is Complete

I have now added the last 5 audio portions of Aylette Raines’ “A Refutation of the Doctrine of Total Hereditary Depravity” (1833 edition). These portions are files 13 thru 16 on the link below and the “Introduction” which I did not have when I started the book. Even though nearly 200 years old, this book is still very relevant today. And even though relatively short (only 96 pages), it is nevertheless a thorough refutation of the doctrine. Listen online or download freely as you wish.

The Complete Book here