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By Chris Enstad on 01/17/2011
Born in 1924, in southern Mississippi, Campbell came of age in one of the most racially divided parts of the most racially divided state in the Union…Campbell is an ordained Southern Baptist minister but, like most iconoclasts and prophets, no institution could find a good use for him, nor could he for them…
By Jason Fowler on 01/17/2011
Why are the local churches in America the last place to see racial reconciliation- even in 2011? Author, farmer, activist and “renegade Baptist preacher” Will Campbell talks candidly about racism and the church (a clip from EthicsDaily’s DVD ‘Beneath the Skin: Baptists and Racism‘).
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