American Religious Leaders (American Biographies) by Timothy L. Hall

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Stokes, 1898. ———. Freedom and War. : Books for Libraries Press, 1971. ———. The Life of Jesus the Christ. 2 vols. New York: R. D. Dickinson, 1891. ———. Norwood. New York: C. Scribner, 1868. ———. Yale Lectures on Preaching. 3 vols. B. Ford, 1872–1874. 22 Beecher, Lyman Clark, Clifford Edward. Henry Ward Beecher: Spokesman for a Middle-Class America. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1978. Elsmere, Jane Shaffer. Henry Ward Beecher: The Indiana Years, 1837–1847. Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society, 1973.

In the years after Wounded Knee, he converted to Christianity and was revered as a Native American holy man. Observers within both religious traditions have attempted to suppress one half or the other of Black Elk’s religious identity. Nevertheless, Black Elk himself appears to have carried both the Christian and the traditional Native American aspects of his spiritual pilgrimage into his later years. Further Reading Black Elk DeSersa, Esther. Black Elk Lives: Conversations with the Black Elk Family.

D. dissertation, University of Maine, 1966. ———. ” Catholic Historical Review 54 (April 1968): 17–38. Goldstein, David, and Martha Moore Avery. Campaigning for Christ. , 1924. ———. Socialism: The Nation of the Fatherless Children. J. Flynn, 1903. B Him. And while I sat there, I was enabled by divine light to see the perfect righteousness of Christ and the freeness and riches of His grace, with such clearness, that my soul was drawn forth to trust Him for salvation. Backus, Isaac (1724–1806) Baptist minister Isaac Backus was converted during the Great Awakening and became a leading figure among the religious groups that separated from the established churches at that time and afterward.

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