A Man of Books and a Man of the People: E. Y. Mullins and the Crisis of Moderate Southern Baptist Leadership

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Mercer University Press, Feb 28, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 228 pages
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Contents

From the Old South to the New South
1
A Man of Books and a Man of the People
17
To Furnish A Thoroughly Trained And WellEquipped Ministry
41
The Wider Influence Denominational and Interdenominational Leadership
61
The Widening Breach Between Moderates and Fundamentalists
83
The Jubilee Years Building The Largest Seminary in the World
105
The Last Chance for Reconciliation
125
The Opening Battle of the Antievolution War
147
9 The Beeches Building a New Seminary
169
The Triumph of Fundamentalism
185
The Final Crusade
209
Conclusion
217
A Bibliography Note
223
Index
227
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Ellis, a retired Foundation Professor at Eastern Kentucky University, received the 1999 Governor's Award.

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