Benjamin Franklin Haynes

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Benjamin Franklin Haynes (1851–1923), usually known as B. F. Haynes, was a Methodist[1] and later Nazarene minister and theologian from Tennessee. He was associated with the Holiness movement.

He was founding editor of the Tennessee Methodist. Later he was the founding editor of Herald of Holiness, the flagship journal of the Church of the Nazarene, now known as Holiness Today.[2] He was also president of Martin Methodist College in Pulaski, Tennessee from 1902 to 1905 and Asbury College in Wilmore, Kentucky from 1905 to 1908.[3]

He wrote a book, Tempest-Tossed on Methodist Seas, about his decision to leave the Methodist Episcopal Church, South because of bitter divisions within the church over the holiness movement.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ How They Entered Canaan:A collection of holiness experience accounts
  2. ^ History of the Nazarene church
  3. ^ History of Asbury College, 1900-1909
  4. ^ Pete, Reve M., The Impact of Holiness Preaching as Taught by John Wesley and the Outpouring of the Holy Ghost on Racism
  • Farish, Hunter D., The Circuit Rider Dismounts: A Social History of Southern Methodism, 1865-1900 1938
  • Smith, John Abernathy, Cross and Flame: Two Centuries of United Methodism in Middle Tennessee 1984
  • Isaac, Paul E., Prohibition and Politics: Turbulent Decades in Tennessee (1885-1920) 1965
  • Coker, Joe L., Liquor in the Land of the Lost Cause: Southern White Evangelicals and the Prohibition Movement University Press of Kentucky
  • Cunningham, Floyd, ed., Our Watchword and Song: The Centennial History of the Church of the Nazarene 2009