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The Spiritual
In the furnace of slavery, a lasting musical form was forged.
He Still Wid Us - Jesus
The musical theology of spirituals.
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Stamp of Glory (Part 3)
The first chapter of Tim Stafford's new novel about the abolitionist movement.
Subscriber Access Only Pivoting Toward the Faraway Neighbor
Gary Haugen says rescuing the oppressed is within our reach.
Dancing to the Beat of Shalom: Christians Revive Kansas City's Arts Scene
The Culture House and Störling Dance Theater have given believers a voice in the local arts scene and beyond, meanwhile bringing a bit of racial peace to the Kansas City area.
In Darkest England and the Way Out
Selections from William Booth's bold proposal for eliminating poverty
Broken Churches, Broken Nation
When slavery divided America's churches, what could hold the nation together?
Columbus and Christianity in the Americas: Christian History Timeline
Spanish Developments, 1492–1810
John Chrysostom: Did You Know?
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Disciples of Christ Board Apologizes For Not Doing More to Oppose Slavery
"Suing over the golden rule, and Jabez's territory continues to expand."
Subscriber Access Only The Cruel Edges of the World
There are some places that bring the distant biblical text closer to our lives.
Subscriber Access Only On a Justice Mission
Thanks to William Wilberforce, we already know the key to defeating slavery.
Finding the Forgotten
Peter Cartwright
William Wilberforce and the Abolition of the Slave Trade: Recommended Resources
William Wilberforce & the Century of Reform
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A Word Can Be Worth a Thousand Pictures
A Word Can Be Worth a Thousand Pictures
Why the pulpit—and not the screen—still belongs at the center of our churches.
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