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Daniel Sidney Warner was an author, church planter, editor, evangelist, missionary, pastor, publisher, reformer, and Civil War veteran. He lived from 1842 to 1895. He was converted in 1865 and preached his first sermon in 1867. He became a minister for the General Eldership of the Churches of God in North America founded by John Winebrenner. During these years, he wrote fo Daniel Sidney Warner was an author, church planter, editor, evangelist, missionary, pastor, publisher, reformer, and Civil War veteran. He lived from 1842 to 1895. He was converted in 1865 and preached his first sermon in 1867. He became a minister for the General Eldership of the Churches of God in North America founded by John Winebrenner. During these years, he wrote for the journal of the Churches of God, The Church Advocate. His articles were published in this paper from 1868 to 1878. Warner came out of “sectism” in 1880 and became the first editor of The Gospel Trumpet. The Gospel Trumpet Company (now Warner Press) and the Church of God reformation movement became by-products of this paper. He authored several books and wrote many editorials until his early death at the age of 53 in 1895. His earliest articles, written prior to the development of his theological convictions and conclusions that birthed a new reformation, are essential to understanding Warner. Over the years, many parties interested in preservation of these articles have searched out, transcribed, and listed Warner’s contributions and mentions in The Church Advocate. It would be impossible to list all those who have participated in these endeavors through the years without unintentional omissions but we are grateful to all for their persistence and dedication. In our research we found inconsistencies and variations in the author’s or editor’s use of italics, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling from the original publication were wisely retained from the original and we maintain that decision here. Articles for The Church Advocate began October 31, 1867. Due to deep differences over the doctrine of holiness, Warner’s connection to the Eldership severed, ending the articles with the April 10, 1878 issue. Please read these articles and prepare yourself for new insights into a man who many admire. Reformation Publishers May 2008


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Daniel Sidney Warner was an author, church planter, editor, evangelist, missionary, pastor, publisher, reformer, and Civil War veteran. He lived from 1842 to 1895. He was converted in 1865 and preached his first sermon in 1867. He became a minister for the General Eldership of the Churches of God in North America founded by John Winebrenner. During these years, he wrote fo Daniel Sidney Warner was an author, church planter, editor, evangelist, missionary, pastor, publisher, reformer, and Civil War veteran. He lived from 1842 to 1895. He was converted in 1865 and preached his first sermon in 1867. He became a minister for the General Eldership of the Churches of God in North America founded by John Winebrenner. During these years, he wrote for the journal of the Churches of God, The Church Advocate. His articles were published in this paper from 1868 to 1878. Warner came out of “sectism” in 1880 and became the first editor of The Gospel Trumpet. The Gospel Trumpet Company (now Warner Press) and the Church of God reformation movement became by-products of this paper. He authored several books and wrote many editorials until his early death at the age of 53 in 1895. His earliest articles, written prior to the development of his theological convictions and conclusions that birthed a new reformation, are essential to understanding Warner. Over the years, many parties interested in preservation of these articles have searched out, transcribed, and listed Warner’s contributions and mentions in The Church Advocate. It would be impossible to list all those who have participated in these endeavors through the years without unintentional omissions but we are grateful to all for their persistence and dedication. In our research we found inconsistencies and variations in the author’s or editor’s use of italics, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling from the original publication were wisely retained from the original and we maintain that decision here. Articles for The Church Advocate began October 31, 1867. Due to deep differences over the doctrine of holiness, Warner’s connection to the Eldership severed, ending the articles with the April 10, 1878 issue. Please read these articles and prepare yourself for new insights into a man who many admire. Reformation Publishers May 2008

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