From the introduction:
A Pitcher of Cream needs no introduction to the human family. All that is needed is a spoon and a corn pone, and we will do the rest.
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The Table of Contents are as follows:
Chapter 1 — SKIMMINGS
Chapter 2 — A PITCHER OF CREAM
Chapter 3 — MY BIRTHRIGHT
Chapter 4 — NEW ENGLAND IN A NUTSHELL
Chapter 5 — SOME BEAUTIFUL THINGS FROM THE OLD TESTAMENT
Chapter 6 — MY REASONS FOR BELIEVING IN SCRIPTURAL HOLINESS
Chapter 7 — SALVATION
Chapter 8 — THE SANCTIFIED MAN
Chapter 9 — A FEW SIGN BOARDS, FROM EARTH TO HEAVEN
Chapter 10 — THE GREAT EVENTS OF THE BIBLE TOOK PLACE ON THE MOUNTAINS
Chapter 11 — OUR KING, WHOM OUR SOUL DELIGHTS IN, WE WILL FOLLOW HIM
Chapter 12 — WHAT IS A GOOD RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE?
Chapter 13 — THE BEST PLACE ON EARTH
Chapter 14 — A PREACHER OF THE GOSPEL OF JESUS CHRIST
Chapter 15 — THE PERSONALITY AND DIVINITY OF JESUS CHRIST
Chapter 16 — STRANGE CRITTERS
Chapter 17 — THE UNSELFISH CHRIST
About the author:
Reuben A. Robinson (1860-1942) was a Methodist itinerant preacher, who later threw his lot in with the Nazarene church. Despite all the good he did, and all the authority he held, he was best known as "Uncle Bud." No doubt this was due to his simple way of preaching and overwhelming way of loving on people.
The following is a brief obituary that serves as a concise biographical sketch:
"An evangelist who claimed to have preached 32,176 sermons and won 200,000 converts, Rev. Reuben "Uncle Buddy" Robinson, is dead today.
The thirteenth child of a poor mountain family of White county, Tennessee, he had an impediment of speech and could not write a word or spell his own name when he was converted at 20.
But he overcame these handicaps to preach an average of 500 sermons a year to 72 denominations in his 61 years on the sawdust trail, and to write 10 books of which 500,000 copies were sold.
He died last night in his Pasadena home. He was 82 years old."