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BASEBALL PLAYER
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Definitions

  1. Billy Sunday is a good character to play because despite being a man of the cloth, he can also shoot well and is, well, off his head.
  2. Billy Sunday is a preacher, His church is always full.
  3. Billy Sunday was an Evangelist from the 1920s.
  4. Billy Sunday is a dance of pure Americana representing American themes, American music, songs and hymns.
  5. Billy Sunday was hated for his strong stand against alcohol, gambling, and dancing. (Web site)

Billy Sunday

  1. Billy Sunday is extra special to me because he used to preach at the Pacific Garden Mission in Chicago. (Web site)
  2. She kept telling Cap Anson about this young man, Billy Sunday, who he ought to watch play ball, and especially notice Billy-s Speed.
  3. Revivalism never disappeared from American culture, but after the glory days of Billy Sunday and the disaster of the Scopes trial, it subsided temporarily.
  4. Billy Sunday died in Chicago, November 6, 1935; services were held in the Moody Memorial Church with 4,400 present. (Web site)

Sundays

  1. In his lifetime, Billy Sunday addressed over 100 million people without the aid of loud speakers, TV, or radio. (Web site)
  2. For more information on Billy Sunday, visit Britannica.com. (Web site)
  3. Billy Sunday hated booze because of what is did to families. (Web site)
  4. Billy Sunday became famous for the unusual way he preached.
  5. Billy Sunday had no peer when it came to stealing bases.

Baseball Player

  1. Billy Sunday (1862-1935), was a professional baseball player from 1883 to 1891 for Chicago, Pittsburgh, and Philadelphia teams. (Web site)
  2. J. W. Chapman brought a message of Christ to a baseball player named Billy Sunday. (Web site)
  3. It was while playing ball for Chicago that Billy Sunday signed up with God, in the fall of 1887. (Web site)

Years

  1. As a matter of fact, it was Billy Sunday's preaching that helped bring about the prohibition years. (Web site)
  2. Although Billy Sunday had several mild heart attacks in his later years, he continued to preach.
  3. It was in early spring 1883 that Billy Sunday received a telegraph message from Adrian Anson, captain and manager of the Chicago White Stockings. (Web site)
  4. Billy Sunday figured prominently in the early 20 th century prohibition movement, and liquor sellers often closed down when he came to town. (Web site)

Evangelist

  1. He excelled the speaking ability of "golden voiced" William Jennings Bryan or, later, the evangelist who was to become legendary, Billy Sunday. (Web site)
  2. Billy Sunday went on to hold some 300 crusades in 39 years, and during his peak, was considered one of the greatest evangelists in the world at that time.

Wife

  1. The orphanage years also taught Billy Sunday some self-confidence. (Web site)
  2. Billy Sunday and his wife, "Ma" Sunday, in 1932, three years before his death. (Web site)
  3. The four years in orphans’ homes were important ones for Billy Sunday. (Web site)

Jones

  1. By the 1920s, Jones was probably the best-known evangelist in the United States except for Billy Sunday.

Graham

  1. Like Dwight Moody and Billy Sunday before him, Graham relished rubbing shoulders with the rich and powerful.

Late 1920S

  1. In the late 1920s, Jones, like Billy Sunday (who was an Iowan), accepted contributions for his evangelistic campaigns from the Ku Klux Klan.

Bob Jones

  1. By the 1920s, Bob Jones was one of America's biggest evangelists, second only to Billy Sunday.

Evangelists

  1. In it we discover much anti-intellectualism, such as in Charles Parham, many in the Azuza and revivalism movements, evangelists like Billy Sunday, an so on.

Billy Graham

  1. McPherson's traveling crusades came to rival those held by Billy Sunday and Billy Graham.

Biography Information

  1. Biography information about Billy Sunday © 2006 through a partnership of Answers Corporation.

Categories

  1. Biography Information
  2. Bob Jones
  3. Belief > Religion > Christianity > Billy Graham
  4. Glossaries > Glossary of Christian Ministers /
  5. Evangelists
  6. Books about "Billy Sunday" in Amazon.com

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