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Christian Standard, Volume 2, Numbers 40 - 52 (October 5 – December 28, 1867)
Page 314 announces W. T. Horner as Corresponding Editor, replacing D. P. Henderson, whose busy schedule as an evangelist kept him from continuing as Corresponding Editor.
Page 315 has details of the Francis W. Evans and John Steele Sweeney debate at Keosauqua,, Iowa.
Page 322 in "Notes of Travel" Errett describes a return visit to Michigan where he had ministered for eleven years. Page 330 his visit to Canada.
In "The Prospects of the Standard" (page 338) Errett feels the Standard is nearing a "self-sustaining point."
Page 359 John Gale holds forth on "The Ministry of Women."
Page 352 Errett replies to Benjamin Franklin's evolving belief about missionary societies.
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Errett, Isaac and Horner, William Theodore, "Christian Standard, Volume 2, Numbers 40 - 52 (October 5 – December 28, 1867)" (1867). Christian Standard. 6.