Can Priscilla’s Body Be Redeemed? The Problem of Evil in The History of African-American Christian Thought
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SubjectBible. O.T. Psalms XXVII
Providence and government of God
Suffering -- Religious aspects -- Christianity
Washington, James Melvin, 1948- Can Priscilla’s body be redeemed? The problem of evil in the history of African-American Christian thought
Gheens Scholars week (1993 Apr. 27-30 : Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Ky.)
Can Priscilla’s body be redeemed? The problem of evil in the history of African-American Christian thought
The problem of evil in the history of African-American Christian thought
In pursuit of a Baptist identity
Recorded in Alumni Memorial Chapel, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, during Gheens Scholars Week.
Theme of week: In pursuit of a Baptist identity. Scripture: Psalm 27. Includes prayers and music.
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