Chapman, James B(laine) 1884-1947
CHAPMAN, James B(laine) 1884-1947
PERSONAL: Born August 30, 1884, in Yale, IL; died February 30, 1947, in Indian Lake, MI; married Maud Frederick, c. 1903 (died 1940); married Louise Robinson, c. 1942. Education: Arkansas Holiness College, graduated, 1910; Texas Holiness University, A.B., 1912, B.D., 1913.
CAREER: Preacher in Oklahoma, beginning c. 1900; ordained minister of Independent Holiness Church, c. 1903; evangelistic preacher, 1903-05; pastor of Independent Holiness church in Durant, OK, beginning 1905; pastor of Holiness church in Vilonia, AR, 1908-10; Arkansas Holiness College, president, 1910-11; Texas Holiness University (also known as Peniel University), teacher, 1912-13, president, 1913-18; pastor of Holiness church in Bethany, OK, and evangelist preacher. Holiness Church of Christ, founding member, 1905, president of Texas-Oklahoma Council, 1907; Church of the Nazarene, founding member, 1908-46, general superintendent, 1928-46.
Some Estimates of Life, Nazarene Publishing House (Kansas City, MO), 1920.
Christian Men in a Modern World, Nazarene Publishing House (Kansas City, MO), 1942.
Religion and Everyday Life, Beacon Hill Press (Kansas City, MO), 1945.
Chapman's Choice Outlines and Illustrations, Zondervan Publishing House (Grand Rapids, MI), 1947.
A Day in the Lord's Court, Beacon Hill Press (Kansas City, MO), 1948.
Let the Winds Blow, Beacon Hill Press (Kansas City, MO), 1957.
Herald of Holiness, associate editor, 1921-22, editor, beginning 1922; founder, Preacher's, 1926.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Wiseman, Neil B., editor, Two Men of Destiny: Second-Generation Leaders in the Nazarene Movement, Beacon Hill Press (Kansas City, MO), 1983.*
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