Religion and Race

Religion and Race Dissertation Duke University

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  • Title: Religion and Race
  • Author: J. Anomdeplume Louis W. Hodges
  • ISBN: 9781480146341
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dissertation, Duke University, 1960

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    1. Decades later (1960, submitted as a Dissertation) it's still the best analysis I know which combines relevant Christian insights and social science data. Harmon Smith, PhD

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