|Short Name:||Nolan R. Best|
|Full Name:||Best, Nolan Rice, 1871-1930|
Nolan R. Best was born on April 9, 1871 in Ohio. He attended Otterbein University in Westerville, Ohio (BA 1892). Best edited The Continent, a Presbyterian newspaper in Chicago, Illinois, 1910-24 and in 1926, he was secretary of the Baltimore Federation of Churches.
His works include:
History of Peter and Mary Best and Their Family, 1897
The College Man in Doubt, 1902
Beyond the Natural Order, (New York etc.: Fleming H. Revell, 1908)
Applied Religion for Every(New York & Chicago, Illinois: Fleming H. Revell, 1916)
Inspiration: A Study of Divine Influence and Authority in the Holy Scriptures
Two Y Men: David A. Sinclair, Secretary, Edwin L. Shuey, Layman (New York: Association Press, 1925)
Yes, "It’s the Law" and It’s a Good Law, 1926
He died on July 20, 1930, probably in Baltimore, Maryland, where probate was granted July 24, 1930.
NN, Hymnary. Source: http://www.hymntime.com/tch/bio/b/e/s/best_nr.htm