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By author: Emmanuel McCall
Product Code: P365
ISBN: 9780881460650
Product Format: Paperback
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Baptists in the South were once considered the last bastions of segregation. From 1957 to 1995, God was at work changing the attitudes of those opposed to the acceptance of all people. The change was so phenomenal that Dr. C. Peter Wagner at Fuller Theological Seminary called Southern Baptists the most open and diverse denomination in the nation. This change did not come by accident. College and seminary professors, denominational servants, women in the Woman's Missionary Union in local churches, average laypeople and many other unnamed persons made it happen. This book tells how God used people and events to bring about unheralded changes. The book is written from the author's point of view, therefore it is limited in scope. However, because the author had a national platform, the book reflects that perspective as well.
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