Freedom's Coming: Religious Culture and the Shaping of the South from the Civil War Through the Civil Rights Era
In a sweeping analysis of religion in the post-Civil War and twentieth-century South, Freedom's Coming puts race and culture at the center, describing southern Protestant cultures as both priestly and prophetic: as southern formal theology sanctifi
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