Black People in the Methodist Church

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Format: Paperback

Vendor: Abingdon Press

Publication Date: August 01, 1985


ISBN: 0687035880

ISBN-13: 9780687035885

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William B. McClain has written a fascinating and insightful account of one segment of Methodism\'s complex history. The early circuit riders, abolitionists, John Wesley himself, Harry Hoosier, John Stewart, and Harry Evans - all are here. Dr. McClain gives a unique account of the struggles within United Methodism, the disastrous \"uniting\" conference of 1939, and the setbacks that forced a segregated faction to rise from its ashes

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