History of the Restoration Movement


E. R. Harper

Ernest Rosenthal Harper was born August 26, 1897, at Enola, Arkansas. He was the son of William Mordecai and Sarah Teresa (Reynolds) Harper. Ernest was the eldest of four boys born to William and Sarah Harper. After the birth of the third son, William Harper was converted from denominationalism to the truth.

Ernest grew rapidly in grace and knowledge. Early in life he had a burning desire for a Christian education. He rented five acres of land, and with the family's help, raised enough cotton to enter Freed-Hardeman College. Here he began to lay the foundation for the great work he was to do for the rest of his life. Read More >>>

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