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 Ex Uno Plures: Southern Presbyterian Thought on Race Relations   Ex Uno Plures: Southern Presbyterian Thought on Race Relations 
A "racial reconciliation" movement is spreading within American Christianity. While such a goal is laudable in itself, it cannot be successful if based on "zeal without knowledge." It has become fashionable for White people to assume most, if not all, of the responsibility for the disharmony that exists between Whites and Blacks. For example, prominent voices in the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) recently called for the denomination to repent of its failures during the Civil Rights era of the 1960s, and the racial views of Presbyterian divines in the antebellum period. However, were these views indeed contrary to the Word of God? The thoughts of fourteen Southern Presbyterian leaders, whose ministries spanned over a century of American history, are presented here in order that the reader may arrive at a more balanced answer to this question....See More
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 Slavery and Lincoln's Uncivil War and Aftermath   Slavery and Lincoln's Uncivil War and Aftermath   $15.00  Buy Now 
 State Sovereignty and the Right of Secession   State Sovereignty and the Right of Secession   $10.00  Buy Now 
 The History of the 33rd Mississippi Infantry Regiment   The History of the 33rd Mississippi Infantry Regiment   $15.00  Buy Now 
 The Myth of the Great Emancipator: Lincoln on Slavery and Race   The Myth of the Great Emancipator: Lincoln on Slavery and Race 
Written in response to neo-Conservative history revisionists such as Dinesh D'Souza and Prager University, this little book rebuts the claims that Abraham Lincoln and the early Republican party were the champions of Negro civil rights and social equality. To the contrary, the documentation provided here proves that the original Republicans opposed the extension of slavery into the Territories merely to protect the labor and racial purity of White settlers, while expressly denying any intention to interfere with the institution as it already existed within the slave States of the South. The public speeches and personal correspondence of Lincoln and other leaders of his party, as well as the "Jim Crow" legislation of the Northern States, are cited which demonstrate an undeniable hostility to the Black man and a desire to ultimately remove him from the United States. The general misconceptions regarding slavery's role in the war of 1861-1865 and the true nature of Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation are also discussed, and an appendix is added which exposes the widespread brutal treatment of Southern Blacks by Union soldiers....See More
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