S. Franklin Logsdon
S. FRANKLIN LOGSDON (1907-1987) was a respected evangelical pastor and popular Bible conference speaker. He pastored Moody Memorial Church in Chicago from 1950 to 1952. He also pastored churches in Canada, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. In the 1950s he was invited by his businessman friend Franklin Dewey Lockman to prepare a feasibility study which led to the production of the New American Standard Version. In his later years he renounced his association with the modern versions and became a strong proponent of the King James Version.
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