The Louisiana State Lottery Company Examined and Exposed by Beverly Carradine

The Louisiana State Lottery Company Examined and Exposed

byBeverly Carradine

Kobo ebook | March 30, 2015

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This booklet was one of the first ever published by Carradine. In it, he takes on the lottery system in his home state of Louisiana, comparing it to modern-day slavery. (Keep in mind that this was not some arbitrary comparison, as Carradine lived and served during the Civil War.) 

True to form, he has no problem calling sin out for what it is. The lottery was being paraded as some noble and benevolent fund-raiser for the poor, when in practice it was precisely the opposite.


About the author:

Beverly Francis Carradine (April 4, 1848 – April 22, 1931) was an American Methodist minister, and a leading evangelist for the holiness movement. He was a productive author, writing primarily on the subject of sanctification.

He served in the Confederate Cavalry during the American Civil War, and later in his lafe studied pharmacy and also worked in a store as a clerk and bookkeeper.

Unlike many ministers, Carradine was not converted to Christianity until the age of 26. He was licensed to preach only three months later, and continued in the service of God for the remainder of his life.

He was a prolific author, and wrote more than two dozen books. Throughout his life, he was influential in the holiness movement, and continues to be a blessing generations later.

Title:The Louisiana State Lottery Company Examined and ExposedFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 30, 2015Publisher:Jawbone DigitalLanguage:English

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