Religion and American culture (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)
Formatted Contents Note
The making of a black evangelist "I had rather rely on God's plan than man's" : Marshall Keeble and the missionary society controversy "The greatest missionary in the church to-day" : the philanthropy of A. M. Burton An old Negro in the new South : the heart and soul of Marshall Keeble The Gospel Advocate and the theological formation of African American Churches of Christ "It does my soul good when I read the Gospel advocate" : Marshall Keeble and the power of the press "The Bible is right!" : the theology and strategy of Marshall Keeble The paradox of white racism and white philanthropy in Churches of Christ "The white churches sponsored all of this work" : Marshall Keeble and race relations in Churches of Christ Stirring up the South : Marshall Keeble and black denominations in the South The great triumvirate : Marshall Keeble, A. L. Cassius, R. N. Hogan, and the rise of African American Churches of Christ beyond the South The legacy of Marshall Keeble Marshall Keeble's sons Marshall Keeble's grandsons Epilogue: The church Marshall Keeble made.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -234) and index.