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F.F. Bosworth History on Academic Websites

Quick and Easy Ways to Download, Print, and Follow Current Research on the Author of Christ the Healer

By Roscoe Barnes III
Author, F.F. Bosworth: The Man Behind Christ the Healer
Copyright (c) 2018

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F.F. Bosworth (1877-1958)

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I want to bring to your attention a number of academic websites where my work on F.F. Bosworth is being shared.

These websites are really convenient, especially if you're busy, like most people, and reading on the run. Instead of having to cut and paste a blog post, you can simply download or print the content straight from the page. A simple click will do the trick. The academic websites also include a "Follow" feature that allows you to follow the author, network, and keep up with the the latest postings.

In addition to my blogs, Bosworth Matters, and Roscoe Reporting, my research on Bosworth appears on the following academic websites:
Visit my profile page here.
Figshare has become one of my favorite platforms for sharing, promoting, and preserving my work. The website is described as "a repository where users can make all of their research outputs available in a citable, shareable and discoverable manner."
Perhaps I should note the content on my Figshare page is not currently organized into separate categories by topic. That, I assure you, will come later.
See profile page here.
This is a popular platform that is used by many historians, students, pastors, and scholars of Pentecostalism.
Review profile page here.
Like, this platform is widely used by historians and other scholars engaged in serious research.
Visit my Author's Page here.
This page, for various reasons, has only a few of my articles on F.F. Bosworth. Even so, it is still worth a quick visit.
All four of the above platforms are clean and user friendly. Their pages are uncluttered and easy to follow. You can read the posted content online, or you can simply download the material. Registration is not required for reading or for downloads.
I should also mention that links to some of my research and commentary on Bosworth are shared on Google Scholar, ORCID, and ChronicleVitae. At some point in the near future, a page containing links to these websites -- and all of my other websites -- will be displayed in the main section of the Bosworth Matters website.

Note: If you are a writer, minister, blogger, or researcher, then I encourage you to open your own account with one or more of these academic platforms. Start sharing and preserving your own content. These platforms enable you to create a digital footprint and enhance your online presence. Even more, they allow you to develop an online repository -- an easy and accessible paper trail -- of your own work. Another benefit is that we can follow each other in the digital world of research and Pentecostal church history.


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Visit the F.F. Bosworth page here. Questions about the research and commentary on F.F. Bosworth may be directed to Roscoe Barnes III, Ph.D., via email at or For updates on F.F. Bosworth history, simply follow this blog or @Roscoebarnes3 on Twitter. #ChristTheHealer