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Lewis C. Sheafe : apostle to Black America

Author: Douglas Morgan
Publisher: Hagerstown, MD : Review and Herald Pub. Association, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Lewis C Sheafe
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Douglas Morgan
ISBN: 9780828023979 0828023972
OCLC Number: 467359861
Description: 448 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm
Contents: Foreword --
Introduction --
Part I: Go preach to your people --
From West Dedham to Wayland Seminary --
Pastor to Minnesota's Black pilgrims --
Social center for a proscribed people --
For progress and strength --
Early struggles for civil rights --
Part II: Eminent Baptist divine : the Ohio years --
Pulpit orator --
Christian endeavorer --
Race advocate --
Part III: This message for all my people --
Obedient to present truth --
Into the South --
Mission to the talented tenth --
Is there a place in this message for the Negro with the white man? --
Camp Nelson, school plans, and South Carolina --
The 1901 general conference and an uncertain aftermath --
Part IV: Noted apostle of Seventh-Day adventism --
A new faith in the Nation's Capital --
The Daniells plan --
From Nashville to Washington, via Des Moines --
Thousands hear him --
Color line drawn between Adventists --
At the center of Black culture --
The right mold for Washington --
To stand united before the world --
Delicate harmony and renewed opportunity --
The people's church : profound possibilities and hard questions --
Part V: The separation was a sad mistake --
Confrontation over racial injustice --
The people's church declares independence --
Stop right where you are --
Equivocal freedom --
Reconciliation initiatives --
A marriage and an olive branch --
Return from Midian --
Part VI: One minister who thinks for himself --
Shifting ground in Southern California --
The volume nine puzzle --
Free Seventh Day Adventists --
Reversals at the people's church --
The people's minister or dangersous apostate --
Adventist garveyite --
The quest for broader connections --
Legacy.
Responsibility: Douglas Morgan.

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