A. H. Long journals

A. (Abraham) H. Long (1823-1908) was born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania to Abraham Long and Magdalena Hershey. He became prolific in his ministerial duties to The Church of God, spreading the teachings and philosophies of the church through his sermons and publications. During his life he was in...

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Main Author: Long, A. H. 1823-1908 (Creator)
Collection:A. H. Long Journals
Collection Number:3121
Format: Manuscript
Language:English
Online Access:Link to finding aid
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Physical Description: 0.4 Linear feet 0.4 linear feet, 1 box
Summary: A. (Abraham) H. Long (1823-1908) was born in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania to Abraham Long and Magdalena Hershey. He became prolific in his ministerial duties to The Church of God, spreading the teachings and philosophies of the church through his sermons and publications. During his life he was involved various church-related activities; and he provided nearly fifty-five years of service to the church. As a leading figure in the Pennsylvania division of The Church of God, Long was influential in the development of the church’s policies and philosophies. Collected here is a small sample of his work, including five of his journals, which offer a glimpse into the thought and theology he followed and preached.