Richard Furman: Life and Legacy

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Mercer University Press, 1985 - Religion - 335 pages
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As a traveling evangelist, advocate of religious freedom, leader of the patriot cause, minister, and educator, Richard Furman became an important figure in American religious history and a potent political force in South Carolina. The only book-length treatment of the Baptist scholar and minister.

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James A. Rogers is a life long Florida resident. After military duty, he returned home to continue his education at Florida State University where he majored in Creative Writing and Mathematics. He holds a degree in Biomedical Science from Barry University. His time is split between family, writing, fishing, hunting and Nuclear Medicine.

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