- Author:George E. Bagley
- Publisher:Alabama Baptist Historial; First Edition edition (June 1, 1990)
- Pages:266 pages
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ISBN13: 9780962414909. Release Date: June 1990.
The history of the Baptist movement in the state of Alabama predates Alabama statehood
The history of the Baptist movement in the state of Alabama predates Alabama statehood. The first Baptist church in what was then the territory of Alabama was the Flint River Baptist church founded by twelve people on October 2, 1808, at the house of James Deaton a few miles to the north of Huntsville (now known as the Flint River Primitive Baptist Church). The pastor was John Nicholson.
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More than four decades later, Oyotunji persists, providing a pleasant setting for converts to the Yoruba religion to live out . Because that culture talks about history, contribution, and all of those things that we as a species stick our chests out about. What my people have done
More than four decades later, Oyotunji persists, providing a pleasant setting for converts to the Yoruba religion to live out their spiritual lives. According to a 1995 Essence article, the village had about 120 inhabitants during its mid-70s peak. What my people have done. What my ancestors have done. And basically, Africans in America have been told, You ain't done nothing. You ain't nothing, you ain't done nothing, you're not gonna do nothing.