2 edition of Religious organizations, and slavery found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Rev. Wm. B. Brown of Sandusky City|
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|Pagination||32 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||32|
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RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS IN CIVIL LAWSUITS MARCH American religious institutions have been at the center of many legal controversies in recent years. The Roman Catholic Church, for instance, has been fighting a very public and contentious legal battle over whether it can be held accountable for employing priests who sexually abuse :// The book is insightful and well-researched. Gerbner has made an important contribution to helping us understand the role of Christianity in the development of race, slavery, and the struggles for liberation in the Atlantic ://
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Religious organizations, and slavery by Brown, William B. (William Bryant), Publication date Topics Slavery and the church Publisher Oberlin (Ohio): James M.
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(CNN) - Which revered religious figure - Moses, Jesus, or the Prophet Mohammad - spoke out boldly and unambiguously against slavery. Answer: None of them. One of these men owned slaves, Religious orders owning slaves isn’t new—black Catholics have emphasized this history for years.
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Religion and Human 2 days ago The South still commonly appears as the land of the Bible Belt, of evangelical Protestant hegemony. Despite the rapidly increasing immigration from all parts of the world to the region, there is still justification for such a view.
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The legal structures of religious organizations encompass not only their corporate organizations, but the many ways employment, property ownership, decisions regarding forms of ministry, and participation in society define a particular › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Politics & Government.
Religious Organizations and the Law is a complete analytical guide to the constitutional law, federal and state decisions, statutes, ordinances, and regulations affecting the operation of religious entities.
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In this book, Barnes called on evangelicals to learn from Quakers who dealt with slavery in the 18th century. He asked his brethren to be true to their religious convictions and refuse to support slavery in any Religious Environmental Organizations. A Rocha. Blessed Earth – Serving God, Saving the Planet.
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