Benjamin Franklin was a zealous worker in the Restoration movement. He began to speak in public immediately after his baptism and in less than a year was filling appointments at many places. He was always more of an evangelist than a minister. Even while acting as the regular minister of churches, which he did much of the time for twenty years, he would find occasions for holding "protracted meetings," and was always successful in such work. Below are several of his works, papers, and debates, which we hope you enjoy.
A Book of Gems - Choice Selections from the Writings of Benjamin Franklin
by J. A. Headington and Joseph Franklin
Biographical Sketch and Writings of Benjamin Franklin
by John F. Rice and G. W. Row
They Heard Him Gladly - A Critical Study of Benjamin Franklin's Preaching
by Otis Castleberry
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