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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.
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Matters of Opinion: Me? Apologize for Slavery?
I may not have owned slaves, but I've benefited from their having been used.
Lights in the Darkness
As sincere believers marched to subjugate a continent, other Christians had to oppose them
God's Avenging Scourge
Nat Turner's rebellion, the bloodiest in slave history, was driven by his prophetic visions.
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Mayor of Cape Town a Nazarene Minister Learns High Price of Porn
Plus: Redeemed slaves, don't talk about Dominus Iesus, and other stories from mainstream media sources around the world.
Mira Sorvino: Saving Sex Slaves
The Oscar winner fights against human trafficking, and has a new movie to raise awareness.
The Golden Age of Hymns: A Gallery of the Hymn Writers' Hall of Fame
The poets who put words in our mouths.
What Did Slave Songs Sound Like?
Christianity and the Civil War: A Gallery of Firebrands and Visionaries
Leading people in religion and politics during the Civil War era
Start the Presses
No Protestant leader in the eighteenth century made better use of print media than John Wesley.
The Best of Times, the Worst of Times
An introduction to the turbulent 19th century.
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America the Beautiful, America the Violent
America the Beautiful, America the Violent
Ferguson may be about race, but it is also about violence. And we should have something to say about both.
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