Onesimus, the Slave: An Incident in the Life of the Apostle Paul. Rev. Henry Kendall BOOTH.

Onesimus, the Slave: An Incident in the Life of the Apostle Paul

Sacramento: Jos. M. Anderson, Printer, 1906. First edition. 12mo; stapled, yellow wrappers printed in black and red, 17 pp. An early and scarce publication from the congregationalist pastor, scholar and theologian, Rev. Henry Kendall Booth (1876-1942), who recounts the Biblical story of the apostle Paul and the slave Onesimus. Booth moved from Tucson to Sacramento ca. 1904 and then pastored churches in Berkeley and Long Beach. Printed by Joseph Anderson, one-time president of the Sacramento Printers’ Board of Trade. Some toning and very light wear to wrappers, but a well-preserved copy of a very uncommon pamphlet. One copy in OCLC at California State Library. Item #05712

Price: $85.00

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