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|Creator:||Newman, I. DeQuincey (Isaiah DeQuincey), 1911-1985|
|Title:||Sermon on unifying Christian "practice and profession" regarding civil rights|
Two pages of a handwritten sermon on bridging the gap between practice and profession within the church. Quotes Alfred T. Davies' book, "The Pulpit Speaks on Race," and Martin Luther King, Jr. The sermon points to Jesus Christ as the role model for bridging this gap, as opposed to other figures of Christian ministry, such as John Wesley, Martin Luther, and Peter the Hermit.
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Local identification number: pnsuuuu
|Subjects:||King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968 | Jesus Christ | Wesley, John, 1703-1791 | Luther, Martin, 1483-1546 | Peter, the Hermit, -1115 | Newman, I. DeQuincey (Isaiah DeQuincey), 1911-1985--Sermons | Sermons--South Carolina | Civil rights movements--United States | Civil rights--Religious aspects--Christianity | Sermons, American--20th century | Sermons, American--African American authors | Church work--United States | Role models | Race relations | Race relations--Religious aspects--Christianity | Jesus Christ--Example | Civil rights workers--United States | African American civil rights workers--United States | Clergy--United States | African American clergy--United States|
|Collection:||Institution:||University of South Carolina University Libraries Digital Collections||Contributors:||University of South Carolina. Library||Online Publisher:||Columbia, S.C. : University of South Carolina Library Digital Collections | 2008||Original Material:|
Folder: Newman, Sermons, n.d., f.3, Isaiah DeQuincey Newman Papers, South Carolina Political Collections, The University of South Carolina Libraries
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Digital image copyright 2008, The University of South Carolina. All rights reserved. For more information contact South Carolina Political Collections, USC, Columbia, SC 29208.
Forms part of online collection: Isaiah De Quincey Newman (1911-1985) Papers, 1929-2003.
|Persistent Link to Item:||http://digital.tcl.sc.edu/u?/idn,2090|