At the Mennonite General Conference of 1911, a committee of 10 was appointed to prepare a work on Christian doctrine. The design of the work was not to serve as a confession of faith, but rather as an exposition of the doctrines which a confession of faith ought to contain. A table of contents was formed and writers were chosen to prepare each chapter.
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Daniel Kauffman (1865–1944) earned a degree of Principal of Pedagogics from Missouri State University and was ordained in the Mennonite Church in 1892, then made a bishop in 1896. He served as an editor for the Gospel Witness and the Gospel Herald, and helped launch Beams of Light and the The Sunday-School Teacher’s Quarterly. Kauffman was a prolific author whose works include Manual of Bible Doctrine, One Hundred Lessons in Bible Study, The Conservative Viewpoint, and The Gospel Mirror.