The Church at Home and Abroad, Količina 19

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Henry Addison Nelson, Albert B. Robinson
Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., 1896

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Stran 356 - If any man is able to convince me and show me that I do not think or act right, I will gladly change; for I seek the truth by which no man was ever injured. But he is injured who abides in his error and ignorance.
Stran 315 - Waft, waft, ye winds, his story, And you, ye waters, roll, Till, like a sea of glory, It spreads from pole to pole; Till...
Stran 305 - Hampton I found the opportunity - in the way of buildings, teachers, and industries provided by the generous - to get training in the class-room and by practical touch with industrial life, to learn thrift, economy, and push. I was surrounded by an atmosphere of business, Christian influence, and a spirit of self-help that seemed to have awakened every faculty in me, and caused me for the first time to realize what it meant to be a man instead of a piece of property.
Stran 308 - Those who fought and died on the battlefield performed their duty heroically and well, but a duty remains for you and me. The mere fiat of law could not make an ignorant voter an intelligent voter, could not make a dependent man an independent man, could not make one citizen respect another.
Stran 307 - ... Tuskegee graduates in every part of the South. We keep it constantly in the minds of our students and graduates that the industrial or material condition of the masses of our people must be improved, as well as the intellectual, before there can be any permanent change in their moral and religious life. We find it a pretty hard thing to make a good Christian of a hungry man. No matter how much our people "get happy...
Stran 337 - a' that and a' that" I propose that no man shall drag me down by making me hate him. No race can hate another race without itself being narrowed and hated. The race problem will work itself out in proportion as the black man, by reason of his skill, intelligence, and character, can produce something that the white man wants or respects. What are some of the conditions in the South...
Stran 293 - The Alliance of the Reformed Churches throughout the World holding the Presbyterian system.
Stran 297 - What hast thou done? the voice of thy brother's blood crieth to me from the ground.
Stran 308 - We went into slavery pagans; we came out Christians. We went into slavery a piece of property; we came out American citizens. We went into slavery without a language; we came out speaking the proud Anglo-Saxon tongue.

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