This early work, ca. 1911, on the doctrine of entire sanctification, was offered in several 'conversations' suitable for reader's theaters, discussion, home discussions, and later radio ministries, was published by Faith Publishing House in Guthrie, Oklahoma. The author of "A Religious Controversy" was Charles E. Orr.
Research indicates the story of the publishing house is also very interesting. The original Church of God congregation in that city was formed by an ex-slave, George Winn according to Wikipedia, in 1905. It soon became and remained one of the largest churches of the group.
The term "Church of God" can be ubiquitous presenting the researcher with the question, "Which Church of God?" The Guthrie group was originally related to the Church of God (Anderson, Ind) but soon separated from that group. This was due to a belief the Anderson branch was straying too far from the original Daniel Warner teachings and the subsequent "Evening Light Reformation."
The copy shown above has a stamp on the back cover reading: "RADIO PROGRAM", Capitol Hill Church of God...Station KLPR 1140....Oklahoma City, Oklahoma."
An interesting detour into early Oklahoma history, covering early radio programs, early inter-racial church groups (1905), and introducing a separatist group with an interesting pedigree. See some marvelous photos of the ex-slave founder of the Guthrie church and others, including the author of the above work, at the Faith Publishing House website. This website has digital versions of the work.