Gospel preacher listed in Preachers of Today, Vol. 1, 1952, 168. Minister of the gospel for 66 years. He preached his first sermon in August of 1936. In the fall of 1937, he enrolled in George Pepperdine College (now Pepperdine University) and graduated from that institution in 1941 with a B.A. degree. He was a member of the first four year graduating class. He served as a staff writer for the Gospel Guardian, Vanguard and the question-answer column in Truth Magazine. He is the author of, a compilation of sermon outlines, Sermons Inside and Out, published in 1954. He has had a few debates. In 1950, while preaching at Central in Amarillo, Texas, he met Ray Tatum (Fundamental Baptist) in a debate which was held in the Municipal Auditorium in Amarillo and was attended by about 1800 people on the last night. This debate is published in book form.