BYRUM, ENOCH EDWIN: American clergyman and editor of The Church of God; b. near Union City, Ind., Oct. 13, 1861. He was educated in the public schools, and also studied elocution and oratory in the Northern Indiana Normal School (1886) and Sunday-school work in Otterbein University (1887). He was ordained a minister of "The Church of God" in 1892, and in addition to editing The Gospel Trumpet and The Shining Light since 1890, has written: The Boy's Companion (Moundsville, W. Va., 1890); Divine Healing of Soul and Body (1892); The Secret of Salvation (1896); The Prayer of Faith (1899); The Great Physician (1900); Behind the Prison Bars (1901); What shall I do to be Saved? (1903); Ordinances of the Bible (1904); and Travels and Experiences in other Lands (1905).
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