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1 edition of History of Louisiana Negro Baptists from 1804-1914 found in the catalog.

History of Louisiana Negro Baptists from 1804-1914

by Hicks, William

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Published by National Baptist Pub. Board in Nashville, Tenn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • African American Baptists,
  • African American clergy,
  • Biography,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    Photocopy. [Chapel Hill : Library Photographic Services, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2001]. 251 p. : ill., ports. ; 20 cm. Photocopy replacement of original on archival bond.

    Statementby Wm. Hicks ; with a biographical introduction by W.B. Purvis
    The Physical Object
    Pagination251 p. :
    Number of Pages251
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25266860M

    In , at the Southern Baptist Convention's founding, approximately 1 in 3 Southern Baptist church members was African American. By , there were virtually no black Southern Baptists. Today, about 1 in 5 Southern Baptist churches is predominantly non-Anglo. The story behind those numbers, historians say, challenges the SBC to do more in terms of racial reconciliation. History of Louisiana Negro Baptists from to ? BXL6 H5. The Israelites of Louisiana. ? Includes biographical sketches of prominent Jews in Louisiana’s major cities and some small towns. FJ5 I7 OVER. Korn, Bertram Wallace. The Early Jews of New Orleans. FN5 K6. Paxton, W. E. A History of the Baptists of.

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    Mostly slaves, those black Southern Baptists often were allowed to vote on matters of church discipline and admission of new members to their churches, wrote Southern Baptist Theological Seminary historian Greg Wills in his book Democratic Religion. They also served on church committees and were recognized as messengers by some Baptist.   In , at the Southern Baptist Convention's founding, approximately 1 in 3 Southern Baptist church members was African American. By , there were virtually no black Southern Baptists. Today.


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Library.] -- The history of Louisiana's black Baptists begins with Bishop Joseph Willis's entry into the state in when he and his grandson were the only Negro. History of Louisiana Negro Baptists from to The history of Louisiana's black Baptists begins with Bishop Joseph Willis's entry into the state in when he and his grandson were the only Negro Baptist preachers.

Later, in the years before the Civil War, Hicks argues that white preachers took over the work of the Baptists in Louisi. (title page) History of Louisiana Negro Baptists From to (cover) History of Louisiana Negro Baptists and Negro Baptist Beginnings in America.

Hicks, Wm. A., D. D., p., ill Nashville, Tenn. National Batist Publishing Board [] Call Number BXL6 H5 (Davis Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill). On cover: History of Louisiana Negro Baptists and Negro Baptist beginnings in America 16 Notes.

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