Series 3
Writings
Boxes 45-55

Scope and Content Note

The series consists of manuscripts, typescripts, or printed copies of many of Candler's short articles and sermons. There are also files regarding his biographies of Young John Allen, Thomas Coke, and Charles Betts Galloway; and clippings (1906-1938) of many of the columns Candler published in Atlanta newspapers.

Arrangement Note

Manuscript/Typescripts arranged in alphabetical order; Clippings arranged in chronological order.

Manuscript/Typescripts
Box Folder Content
45 1 Abounding luxury and decaying homes
45 2 Absalom revolt, ancient and modern
45 3 Again I ask who misunderstands and who is misled
45 4 Age of the hippodrome, An
45 5 Aged, The
45 6 Aimless preaching
45 7 America has gone mad over amusements
45 8 Ancestry of Emory 's first president
45 9 Andrew Jackson Lamar, D.D.
45 10 Annual Report of the Educational Commission
45 11 Apotheosizing the dead and affecting the living
45 12 Archbishop's complaint about preaching, The
45 13 Archeologists and the evolutionists, The
45 14 Are the games worth the candle?
45 15 Are they pessimist or patriot?
45 16 As "An Evolutionist looks at religion"
45 17 As some wise laymen see it
45 18 Atheism
45 19 Atheism not our danger
45 20 Atticus Greene Haygood
45 21 Authority of the epistles
45 22 Autobiographical sketches
45 23 Awful tragedy and the glorious salvation, The
45 24 B.C. and A.D.
45 25 Babel among the scientists, A
45 26 Backward and forward look
45 27 A Battle of Bloody Marsh, The
45 28 Beast on a clod of mud, A
45 29 Belief and behavior
45 30 Bethlehem's babe, lord of history
45 31 Bible reversing the miracle of Babel, The
45 32 Bible Sunday and its Observance
45 33 Big games and little godliness
45 34 Bill of particulars required, A
45 35 Bishop Candler's Reply to an Anonymous Article
45 36 Bishop James Edward Dickey
45 37 Bishop's call to go forward
45 38 Boastful baseness
45 39 Booms and depressions
45 40 Boosting and building by bonding
45 41 Both urgent and important
45 42 Brave men more than bulky bodies
45 43 "Brave retreat, A"
45 44 Builder and destroyer of civilization, The
45 45 Burden imposed on all the people by crime, The
45 46 Can one be a Christian and an Evolutionist?
45 47 Case of evolution in court
45 48 Celebrating a great conversion
45 49 Celebrating one's birthday
45 50 Celebration of Christmas
45 51 Charles Wesley and his hymns
45 52 Cheapening of human life, The
45 53 China awakening
45 54 Choice of a home, The
45 55 Christ and the Creed, The
45 56 Christ claims imperishability for his words
45 57 Christ in the creed - His resurrection
45 58 Christ in the creed - His virgin birth
45 59 Christian citizenship
45 60 Christian education
45 61 Christian experience of a great Chinese leader
45 62 Christian faith our fixed foundation
45 63 Christian gentleman and brave soldier of Christ, A
45 64 Christian Ministry, The
45 65 Christian Sabbath and the resurrection of Christ, The
46 1 Christian unity and unchristian unionism
46 2 Christianity and children
46 3 Christianity and civilization
46 4 Christianity neither dead nor dying
46 5 Christly creed and the Christly life, The
46 6 Christ's conquest of the world is by means of conversion
46 7 Church attendance in the leading Protestant churches
46 8 Church discipline
46 9 Church is of God, The
46 10 Church of God and the care of men, The
46 11 Church of Jesus Christ, The
46 12 Church today, The
46 13 Church the Fulness of Christ and the hope of the Universe
46 14 The Church vs. The Theater
46 15 Church without a God, A
46 16 Church's real business, The
46 17 Colleges and the show business
46 18 Color line, north and south, The
46 19 Colored troops fought nobly, The
46 20 Commencements seen to rank high
46 21 Commercializing colleges and demoralizing youth
46 22 Common people and the common salvation, The
46 23 Common sense view of the matter, A
46 24 Concerning booms
46 25 Concerning Christ and the Church - September 20
46 26 Concerning Christ and the Church - September 27
46 27 Concerning strikes
46 28 Confederated criminals and corporated crime
46 29 Confused and fearful world, The
46 30 Consecration of self, The
46 31 Continued relief and ultimate revolution
46 32 Controlling considerations in choosing a college
46 33 Conviction of sin indispensable
46 34 Cook or the book - which? The
46 35 Countersigns of Christian character
46 36 Covetousness the root of every form of evil
46 37 Creed and conduct
46 38 Creedlessness not the cure
46 39 Crime and its cure
46 40 Crime increasing especially among youth
46 41 Crimes of covetousness and hate
46 42 Cuba after thirty years
46 43 Cuba after thirty years - Moral and Religious Progress
46 44 Cuckoo-freedom and inverted tolerance
46 45 Cutaneous treatments for constitutional ills
46 46 Dangerous Donations and degrading doles
46 47 Dangerous to the nation and especially to the south
46 48 Dangers, duties, and delights of old age, The
46 49 Darrow the doubter, The
46 50 Day and the book, The
46 51 Deaths in war and on our highways
46 52 Decrease in church membership ages
46 53 Dedicatory Service of the Wesley Memorial Church
46 54 Defiant interest which must be put down by the people, A
46 55 Delusive decrying of denominationalism
46 56 Demoralized and demoralizing business
46 57 Determining the limits of self-determination
46 58 Dethronement of reason, enthronement of sentimentality
46 59 Divine purpose and human nationalities, The
46 60 Doctrine and duty
46 61 Drinking in the colleges since repeal of national prohibition
46 62 Earth is the Lord's, The
46 63 Earthquakes, evolution, et cetera
46 64 Easy lessons from two hard cases
46 65 Economic recovery awaiting spiritual recovery
46 66 Ecumenical Methodist conference, The
46 67 Education that shatters faith
46 68 Educational essays by Chancellor, Bishop W.C. Candler, Bulletin of Emory University, Vol. IV, February 1928, No. II)
46 69 Element of heroism in preaching, The
46 70 Emory hospital at Oxford during the Civil War
46 71 Emory University Owned by the Church to Bless Mankind
46 72 Emory's position on intercollegiate athletics
47 1 Emotion in religion
47 2 Emotion of religion, The
47 3 End of sin will bring the end of war
47 4 Enemies of the home
47 5 Enforcement the issue now
47 6 Enlist in college in order to render your country longer service
47 7 Episcopal address, 1930
47 8 Epistle to the Hebrews, The
47 9 Evangel of light we need, The
47 10 Evolution
47 11 Fact and force of Christ's resurrection
47 12 Family, The
47 13 Farewell speech of Stanley Baldwin, The
47 14 Federal constitution, The
47 15 Feeble men of a faithless age
47 16 Few Family in the South, The
47 17 First objective of the church, The
47 18 Foes of faith at home and abroad
47 19 Foreword
47 20 Forgetting and going forward
47 21 Fouling civilization for cash
47 22 Fraternal address before the British Wesleyan Conference, York, England, July, 1908
47 23 Fraternal address delivered before the General Conference of the Church of the United Brethren in session at Indianapolis, Indiana, May, 1921
47 24 Free-thought and free-will
47 25 Freedom of God, The
47 26 Further concerning economic conditions in Cuba
47 27 Further concerning unification and foreign missions
47 28 Futile purposes for peace
47 29 Futility of war, The
47 30 Gainful godliness
47 31 Gambling widely prevalent and dangerously contagious
47 32 General apathy
47 33 Georgia leaders great Christians
47 34 Georgia's Educational Work. What It Has Been-What It should Be, September 6, 1889
47 35 Georgia's great heart (Alexander Stephens)
47 36 God, Creator, Ruler and Redeemer (April 11, 1926)
47 37 God, Creator, Ruler and Redeemer (April 18, 1926)
47 38 God, Creator, Ruler and Redeemer (April 25, 1926)
47 39 God, Just, Merciful and faithful
47 40 God who is a horizon, A
47 41 God's purpose in the floods
47 42 Good sign in Germany, A
47 43 Great teachers and great men
47 44 Greatest of all miracles, The
47 45 Greed vs. godliness
47 46 Grievances and churches
47 47 Hard way, The
47 48 Hebrew prophets and Christian preachers
47 49 High cost of superstition, The
47 50 Historic bell at Oxford, The
47 51 History of Libraries
47 52 Hold fast our faith without wavering
47 53 Home and the nation, The
47 54 Home-builder of the ages, The
47 55 Hospitals promoting medical science
47 56 Hostility of secular education to the founding of Emory
47 57 Huge expenditures in political campaigns
47 58 Ideals of the family
47 59 If Christ be not risen
47 60 Ignatius Alphonso Few, Junior
47 61 Imminent educational dangers
47 62 Important impudence and impudent importance
47 63 Income and expense of government
47 64 Indispensable requisite, The
47 65 Inevitable prayer, etc.
47 66 Inevitable resurrection, The
47 67 Informing book and alarming conditions, An
47 68 Intellectual doubt begets moral disorder
48 1 Interesting history in Whitfield County
48 2 Interesting news about "The Inter-church movement"
48 3 Invitations of Jesus and their contrasts, The
48 4 Is Christian life possible?
48 5 Is it increasing indifference or increasing tolerance?
48 6 Is the betrayal or defeat of a trust right?
48 7 Is the south a sinner above all others?
48 8 Issue of life and death, An
48 9 It is final
48 10 Japan and Christian missions
48 11 Japan's reckless aggressiveness
48 12 John Wesley and Evolution
48 13 John Wesley and Methodism
48 14 Keepers at home and home keepers
48 15 Kitty 's cottage
48 16 Land is full of blood, The
48 17 Land of plenty and a people of principle
48 18 Lecture #2 (April 18, 1917)
48 19 Lecture #3 (April 19, 1917)
48 20 Lecture #4 (April 20, 1917)
48 21 Lecture #9, The last things
48 22-60 Lessons concerning Christ and the Church
49 1-41 Lessons from the life of lives (41 folders)
49 42-55 Lessons of light and life (14 folders)
49 56 Let us go even unto Bethlehem
49 57 Let us go forward Letter and spirit
49 58 Letter and spirit
50 1 Liberalism proposing to liberate the south
50 2 Liberalism, unionism, and humanitarianism
50 3 Liberalized theology and lax conduct
50 4 Life and lawlessness
50 5 Life and leisure
50 6 Life under conflicting governments
50 7 Living way through the risen Christ, The
50 8 Lorenzo Dow's denunciation and Jacksonboro's decline
50 9 Luxury and liberalism
50 10 Lynchings and the like
50 11 Lynchings in the south and murders in the north
50 12 Mad pursuit of pleasure, The
50 13 Magnifying organization and minifying truth
50 14 Main matter, The
50 15 Make your liberty bonds do double service
50 16 Making the home Christian
50 17 Man and his country, A
50 18 Mania for gambling, The
50 19 Mania for mergers, A
50 20 Manufacturing leaders
50 21 Marked and wholesome reaction, A
50 22 Mass production in education
50 23 Master's measure of himself, The
50 24 Matching morals
50 25 Material and spiritual foundations of civilization
50 26 Materialism unmans man
50 27 Meaning of Christmas day, The
50 28 Measure to be opposed, A
50 29 Meddlesome and mischievous measure, A
50 30 Medical ministry of Methodism, The
50 31 Men in high places must set high examples
50 32 Men want salvation more than solution of problems
50 33 Menace of religious power, The
50 34 Message from the bishops, A
50 35 Messages from Genesis (May 9, 1926)
50 36 Messages from Genesis (May 16, 1926)
50 37 Messages from Genesis (May 23, 1926)
50 38 Messages from Genesis (May 30, 1926)
50 39 Messages from Genesis (June 6, 1926)
50 40 Messages from Genesis (May 13, 1926)
50 41 Messages from Genesis (May 21, 1926)
50 42 Messages from Genesis (May 27, 1926)
50 43 Methodism and Anglo-Saxonism
50 44 Methodists, from the beginning were zealous for education, The
50 45 Methodist unification in England defeated
50 46 Midas of today, The
50 47 Migration of Negroes, The
50 48 Missionaries and merchants
50 49 Modernist indicts modernism, A
50 50 Mongrel-making modernism
50 51 Moral causes of commercial depression
50 52 More than dangerous measure, A
50 53 Most famous alumnus of Emory College
50 54 Most fruitful root of sin and crime
50 55 Most tragic ignorance, The
50 56 Mr. Wesley and evolution
50 57 My brethren
50 58 My brethren of the alumni and other friends
50 59 Nature and Need of a creed, The
50 60 Need for revival
50 61 No Christianity without the risen Redeemer
51 1 No dissent from the position of my church
51 2 No peace for a selfish and sinful world
51 3 Northern Methodists who oppose unification
51 4 Northern view, A
51 5 Not a sectional issue
51 6 Not heard for much speaking
51 7 Not less culture but more Christianity
51 8 Notable and noble family, A
51 9 Notes
51 10 Notes, April 11, 1926
51 11 Notes, April 25, 1926
51 12 Obligation of belief, The
51 13 Of doctrines
51 14 Old cemetery in Oxford, The
51 15 On the death of Bishop Dickey
51 16 On the wrong track
51 17 On with the revolution
51 18 Oneness of humanity and national varieties
51 19 Only preventive of war, The
51 20 Osborne L. Smitt D. D.
51 21 Other refuge have we none
51 22 Our advancing and victorious Methodism
51 23 Our advancing nation
51 24 Our cotton or our children
51 25 Our feast of ingathering
51 26 Our greatest business needs attention
51 27 Our Job and Its Conditions
51 28 Our leaders and their labours
51 29 Our need of a revival
51 30 Our only hope is that which has been our security in the past
51 31 Over-organization
51 32 Papa-hood of God, The
51 33 Paul the Missionary
51 34 Peace by pantheonism
51 35 Peril of paganism among us, The
51 36 Perils of our highways
51 37 Permanence of the creed
51 38 Pernicious proposal, A
51 39 Pernicious publicity
51 40 Place of our universities in the educational system of our church, The
51 41 Plan of unification and foreign missions
51 42 Political character of the Romish Church, The
51 43 Position of the church unchanged
51 44 Power of one true man alone
51 45 Preaching the gospel, not peddling porous plasters
51 46 President Haygood's "Helping Halls"
51 47 Primacy of character, The
51 48 Primacy of the doctrines of grace, The
51 49 Promises and predictions which have not come true
51 50 Prompt philanthropy
51 51 Proposal of a nation's saviour, The
51 52 Proposed plan of unification, The
51 53 Prostituting the post office department for the use of increasing the sale of liquor
51 54 Public mania
51 55 Put it down or be put down by it
51 56 Regeneration not revolution the remedy
51 57 Reign of law to replace the sanctification of force, The
51 58 Religion and not mere reform required for mankind today
51 59 Religion and science
51 60 Religion for "The scientifically-minded"
51 61 Religion the foundation of civilization
51 62 Religious foundations of the League of Peace, The
51 63 Remarks at the Funeral of Mr. Franklin Wright
51 64 Reminiscences of Emory dictated 1938-1939
51 65 Repealing prohibition
51 66 Reproach to American colleges, A
51 67 Resolute and revolutionary rationalism
51 68 Resurrection life, The
51 69 Resurrection of Christ and the Church
51 70 Resurrection of Christ, and its doctrinal implications, The
52 1 Return to first principles required
52 2 Return to first principles of religion, A
52 3 Return to Religion, The
52 4 Returning sense of justice, A
52 5 Revealer of God and the redeemer of man, The
52 6 Revival not a mere reform needed, A
52 7 Revival of apostolic preaching needed, A
52 8 Revivals involve truth denied or ignored
52 9 Revolt of Youth?, The
52 10 Revolutionary decision, A
52 11 Richest blessings often spring from the heaviest burdens
52 12 Risen Christ and the Christian life, The
52 13 Rising witnesses to God's word
52 14 Rowdyism in the colleges
52 15 Rural cemeteries
52 16 Safe and sane view, A
52 17 Salvation by syndicate
52 18 Sanctity of the family, The
52 19 Save the world by staying at home
52 20 Saving mankind by salmagundi sentimentality
52 21 Seasons of revival
52 22 Secular leaders emphasizing a general revival
52 23 Seeking and worshiping the new born king
52 24 Self-evidencing Christ, The
52 25 Selfish culture and its sorry results
52 26 Senseless sentimentality
52 27 Sermon, Washington, D.C., March 21, 1926
52 28 Seventh session of the Cuba conference, The
52 29 Shall the center of gravity of civilization be shifted
52 30 Shameless spectacle of ignoble youths
52 31 Sin of Gehazi in Modern Form, The
52 32 Sins of the sensibilities
52 33 Sins of the spirit
52 34 Social gospel and the abdication of the church
52 35 Solidarity of mankind, The
52 36 Solidarity of the Christian system, The
52 37 Some good results
52 38 Souls of science with witches of Endor
52 39 Source and cost of crime
52 40 South and the sabbath, The
52 41 Southern whites and southern blacks
52 42 Spurious Christian unity
52 43 Standards of living and life
52 44 Strange approval and singular censure
52 45 Strikes must go
52 46 Striking in low timber
52 47 Subverting the foundation of our civilization
52 48 Such as Paul the aged
52 49 Supernatural power required for a supernatural religion
52 50 Supremacy of spiritual forces, The
52 51 Supreme need at present, The
52 52 Supreme problem before us, The
52 53 Supreme problem of today, The
52 54 Talk at Wesleyan College
52 55 Testimony of a playwright
52 56 T.H. Yun, of Korea and the School at Songdo
52 57 Thanksgiving and heart searching
52 58 That most mischievous myth
52 59 Their mission for peace
52 60 They are not valiant for the truth
52 61 Three notable classes
52 62 Time to study John Bunyan, A
52 63 To the general conference assembled in special session, July 2, Chattanooga, Tennessee
52 64 To the general conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South
52 65 To the members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South
52 66 To the ministers and members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South
52 67 Today's problem is sin
52 68 Too much explaining and defending required
52 69 Too unamious by half
52 70 Tragic results from greed
52 71 Transforming missions by denaturing Christianity
52 72 Unanswerable indictment, An
52 73 Under which flag?
52 74 Unification
52 75 Unification plan delusive and dangerous
52 76 Unitarianism: Its nature, methods, and consequences
52 77 Unknown heroes, The
52 78 Unknown heroes in peace and in war
52 79 Unnecessary and dangerous
52 80 Utopia impossible by legislation
52 81 Vanderbilt University
52 82 Violent Emotion In "A Community Church", A
52 83 Vital branches and sapless bundles
52 84 Vitality and volume
53 1 Vitiating campaigns and vilifying candidates
53 2 Voting on an unifinished and unsettled plan
53 3 War and peace
53 4 War and wickedness
53 5 War or worse
53 6 Warless world not near, A
53 7 Warm welcome to the ecumenical conference, A
53 8 Wasteful and wicked
53 9 Wastefulness and wickedness of war, The
53 10 Way of death to nations, The
53 11 We should be gravely remiss in our duty
53 12 We, the Undersigned lay members
53 13 Wesley's first educational work in England
53 14 What has cooled zeal for foreign missions
53 15 What he regards as a reasonable basis
53 16 What the churches must do
53 17 What will be done with it?
53 18 What will they do with it?
53 19 What will we do with it?
53 20 Whiskey business in politics, The
53 21 White man's church, A
53 22 Why they stand
53 23 Wise and patriotic Rabbi, A
53 24 Wise Baptists waiting and watching
53 25 Witness of the church to the resurrection, The
53 26 Witnesses chosen before of God
53 27 World wants peace, The
53 28 Worldly minds and godly men
53 29 Worship better than war cries
53 30 Worshipful wise men
53 31 Writings, fragments
53 32 Writings, untitled
53 33 Yarborough oak in Oxford, The
53 34 Young John Allen, God's chosen vessel for China
53 35 On to Songdo: Being a brief account of the opening of educational work in Korea and of the place of Emory College, of its president, of one of its graduates, and through them, of Emory University and Bishop Warren A. Candler in developing a native Christian leadership in Korea. (not written by Candler)
Biographies
53 36-41 The Life of Thomas Coke
53 42-48 Young J. Allen: The Man Who Seeded China
54 1-4 Young J. Allen: The Man Who Seeded China
54 5-16 Bishop Charles Betts Galloway
Clippings
54 17 Clippings, 1906-1912
54 18 Clippings, 1913-1916
54 19 Clippings, 1917-1921
54 20 Clippings, 1922-1923
54 21 Clippings, 1924 January-June
54 22 Clippings, 1924 July-1925
54 23 Clippings, 1926
54 24 Clippings, 1927
55 1 Clippings, 1928
55 2 Clippings, 1929
55 3 Clippings, 1930
55 4 Clippings, 1931-1937
55 5 Clippings, no date
55 6 Emory University Libraries pamphlet, "A Bibliography of the Separately Published Writings of Bishop Warren A. Candler," 1942
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