Sanford Calvin Yoder

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Sanford Calvin Yoder (Dec. 5, 1879 – Feb. 23, 1975),[1] S.T.D., D.D., was a Mennonite pastor, biblical scholar, moderator of the Mennonite General Conference from 1919–1921, and president of Goshen College from 1923-1940.[1] He was also a leader in the Mennonite conscientious objector movement surrounding World War I

Publications[edit]

  • Down South America Way (1943)
  • Poetry of the Old Testament (Herald Press, Scottsdale PA, 1948)
  • Eastward to the Sun (1953)
  • Horse Trails Along the Desert (1954)
  • Days of My Years (1959)
  • If I Were Young Again (1963)
  • He Gave Some Prophets (1964)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Smth, Willard H. (1989). "Yoder, Sanford Calvin (1879-1975)". Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online. Retrieved 3 February 2011. 

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