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Religion and Race: Southern Presbyterians, 1946 to 1983
by Joel L. Alvis Jr
University of Alabama Press, 1994
eISBN: 978-0-8173-9048-8 | Paper: 978-0-8173-0701-1
Library of Congress Classification BX8962.A685 1994
Dewey Decimal Classification 285.133

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Joel Alvis focuses on the relationships and tensions in the Presbyterian Church, U.S., whose ecclesiastical boundaries never expanded significantly beyond its original territory in the Confederacy and border South. By the time of the civil rights movement, the church was actively involved in ecumenical activities despite its regional isolation, and that involvement created unease in some quarters of the denomination. This concise institutional history traces how the church shaped and was shaped by its regional culture and explores the denomination's own cultural struggle to determine what role race issues would play in the definition of being Presbyterian.


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