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by Z. N. Morrell

  • ISBN: 1571689265
  • Author: Z. N. Morrell
  • ePub ver: 1449 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1449 kb
  • Rating: 4.3 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Eakin Pr (December 1, 1999)
  • Formats: lit lrf mobi doc
  • Category: Bibles
  • Subcategory: Churches & Church Leadership
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Robert Morrell, the author's grandson married my grandfather's sister, Minnie Powell. I knew Robert (not very well) personally, so reading this book was like reading a part of my family's history. ZNM was a friend of Davy Crockett. He arrived in Texas on the same date that Davy is said to have written his final letter home. He tells a story of how Davy saved his life after Davy's death. The book itself is somewhat disorganized as it was for the most part written during his later years and the exact dates, events, and persons do not always specifically coincide with established historical facts. It is a significant book, in my biased opinion, for any student of Texas History.

In the heart of old San Antonio there is located on the Military Square a large red rock bearing a bronze placard. The inscription says that the rock is the "zero mile" marker for the roads in the old military district for which San Antonio was the headquarters. All distances in any direction from that point were measured with reference to that rock. It was indeed the starting place. Texas Baptists had some zero mile markers of their own, but they were not rocks. They were men who were the starting points for Baptist faith and witness in Texas. All references to Texas Baptist history are measured references to their lives. A.N. Morrell was most certainly a zero mile marker. One cannot read this book without sensing aw and respect for one who was "first of a kind" walking an uncharted road leading to contemporary Texas Baptist life. Hopefully the reprinting of the book by the Texas Baptist Historical Committee, funded by the Christian Education Coordinating Board, may awaken a desire to proceed further along the road first marked by Z. N. Morrell. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible.
Comments (6)

Umi
First, may I establish an obvious bias in my review. Robert Morrell, the author's grandson married my grandfather's sister, Minnie Powell. I knew Robert (not very well) personally, so reading this book was like reading a part of my family's history.

ZNM was a friend of Davy Crockett. He arrived in Texas on the same date that Davy is said to have written his final letter home. He tells a story of how Davy saved his life after Davy's death.

ZNM fought at the battle of Plum Creek with 2 other Baptist preachers. One was the man who founded Baylor University, a school ZNM actively requested funds to support.

ZNM says he visited Sam Houston shortly before his death.

According to First Baptist, Houston, ZNM preached to its early congregation.

The book itself is somewhat disorganized as it was for the most part written during his later years and the exact dates, events, and persons do not always specifically coincide with established historical facts. It is a significant book, in my biased opinion, for any student of Texas History.

Robert Powell
BlackHaze
One of the best books on Texas history and the role of the early preachers in bringing the gospel to the frontier.
Anayaron
Superb book. Good service.
Thozius
Fantastic historical book about Texas pioneers in beginning churches. I loved it.
Xmatarryto
Amazed to see history published in 1872 hold my rapt attention. Morrell's courage, conviction, and poignant insight is both compelling and relative today. I would like to have known him.
Ces
A very good book on the Baptist movement in early Texas.

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