Author talk:Benjamin Clark

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  • "a tract from Saxby, entitled Elihu on the Sabbath. That was a mighty little bit of literature in the old days, and even surviving to the present on the publishers’ lists. It was written by Benjamin Clark, a rather odd character who did not agree wholly with his church, the Seventh Day Baptists, nor with the Seventh day Adventists, but well, he was Elihu, and he knew the answers." ([1], citing "R. F. Cottrell in Review and Herald, April 1, 1880. S. N. Haskell in Review and Herald, April 7, 1896".)