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baylorpress wrote a new post, Evangelizing Lebanon: Baptists, Missions, and the Question of Cultures, on the site Baylor University Press 1 day, 9 hours ago
In 1893, Said Jureidini, an Arabic-speaking Christian from the Ottoman Empire, experienced an evangelical conversion while attending the Chicago World’s Fair. Two years later he founded the first Baptist […]
baylorpress wrote a new post, A Pursued Justice: Black Preaching from the Great Migration to Civil Rights, on the site Baylor University Press 1 day, 9 hours ago
The narrative of Civil Rights often begins with the prophetic figure of Martin Luther King Jr. in the 1960s. City squares became a church, the body politic a congregation, and sermons a jeremiad of social […]
Editor’s Note: We present here the opening section of “Almeda & Joe”, the first part of Robert Landry’s projected three-part graphic novel. You can click here to read a conversation that took place this past […]
rmathews wrote a new post, Family History into Graphic Novel: A Conversation with Robert Landry, on the site Tampa Review 1 week, 1 day ago
Restrepo: Can you talk a little bit about your background and some of the artists you were influenced by before you embarked on this project? And also can you say a little about the recordings that started the […]
baylorpress wrote a new post, Preacher Girl: Uldine Utley and the Industry of Revival, on the site Baylor University Press 1 month ago
Uldine Utley defined the “girl evangelist” of the 1920s and 1930s. She began her preaching career at age eleven, published a monthly magazine by age twelve, and by age fourteen was regularly […]
baylorpress wrote a new post, A Time to Keep: Theology, Mortality, and the Shape of a Human Life, on the site Baylor University Press 1 month ago
The miracle of birth and the mystery of death mark human life. Mortality, like a dark specter, looms over all that lies in between. Human character, behavior, aims, and community are all inescapably shaped by […]
What is collaborative anthropology? The journal description for our journal of the month, Collaborative Anthropologies, states that it provides a “focus on the complex collaborations between and among researchers […]
What do you think about when hear the phrase, an American in Paris? Perhaps the 1951 Vincente Minnelli film starring Gene Kelly and Leslie Caron? Or George Gershwin’s music of the same name? I know that I do. […]