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The Role of the South in the Presbyterian Schism of 1837–38

  • Elwyn A. Smith (a1)
Abstract

In 1927 William Warren Sweet observed that “the most important and far-reaching of the schisms in the American churches were caused by Negro slavery and the effects of the bitter contests in the churches over slavery, which began nearly a century ago, are still with us. Therefore any study of the peculiar factors which have determined the course of American church history must of necessity give a prominent place to slavery.” He himself pursued this suggestion in subsequent research.

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Church History
  • ISSN: 0009-6407
  • EISSN: 1755-2613
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