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About this collection

This collection contains the sermon notes and publications of long-time Baptist preacher Selsus Estol Tull (1878 - 1973). Tull pastored numerous Baptist churches over a six-decade career and was an influential participant in the Southern Baptist Convention's annual meetings for more than four decades. This collection contains Tull's hand-written sermon notes spanning the bulk of his career. The sermons cover topics ranging from Baptist theology and the early 20th century church to communism, evolution and the anti-Christ; they date between the early 1900s and the 1960s. The collection is keyword searchable, and full-text transcriptions are available for every sermon.

 

User Notes

The sermons in this collection are keyword searchable; however, to remain true to the source material, transcripts of each sermon contain any spelling or grammar errors contained in the sermon notes. 


The Baylor University Libraries strive to make our digital collection resources available and useful to our faculty, staff, students, alumni, researchers, and the general public. Through our Web sites, the Libraries offer broad public access to a wide range of information, including historical materials that may contain offensive language or negative stereotypes. Such materials must be viewed in the context of the relevant time period. Baylor University does not endorse the views expressed in such materials.

 

Biographical Sketch of Selsus Tull

For a full biographical sketch of Selsus Tull, visit our Tull Biography page.

 

Churches pastored:

 

Kosciusko, Mississippi

Greenwood, Mississippi

Pine Bluff, Arkansas

Paducah, Kentucky

Temple, Texas

Pine Bluff, Arkansas

New Orleans, Louisiana

Melbourne, Florida

 

Explore the Collection

Learn more about this collection through suggested topics like a breakdown of sermons based on Scripture passage or which states Dr. Tull visited during his ministry.

 

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