December 8, 1873, Belle Center, Ohio.

George was the son of Calvary B. Anderson and Margaret Louise Zupp, and husand of Nelie Josephine Sharpe.

He was educated at Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio (Bachelor of Arts, A.M., 1899, DD 1912). He served as a pastor in Lima, Ohio (1899–1903); Troy, New York (1903–09); at Union Church, St. Louis, Missouri (1909–12); and Elm Park Church, Scranton, Pennsylvania (1912–15). In 1915, he began a career as a traveling evangelist and lecturer, and served the Young Men’s Christian Association with the American Expeditionary Forces (1917–18), and American Army of Occupation, 1920.

Anderson later edited The Clergyman’s Research Letter, and in 1940 became president of Religious Research, Inc. His works include:

  1. The World Is Confused—But Not Lost!