Jesus Christ, and Him Crucified: Being a View of the Trinity, the Divinity of Christ, the Atonement, and the Character and Influences of the Holy Spirit; Together With References to the Great Body of Texts Used by Magee, Simpson, and Jones

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Creative Media Partners, LLC, Nov 19, 2015 - History - 126 pages
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Black America: Glynn County, Georgia is a photographic journey from times of slavery and segregation through the Civil Rights Movement to the modern day. Benjamin Allen, a native of Glynn County and registrar of Savannah State University, has culled photographs from a variety of collections and coupled them with an informative text to tell this remarkable story.

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