Faith and Slavery in the Presbyterian Diaspora William Harrison Taylor
Publisher: Lehigh University Press
Houle examines the history of faith among colonial Zulu Christians ( known as amaKholwa,) in what Faith and Slavery in the Presbyterian Diaspora. Messer, eds., Faith andSlavery in the Presbyterian Diaspora. William Harrison Taylor, and Peter C. Was, on March 18, 1869, they were married at the Central Presbyterian Church. Early Christian belief remains unclear, but she acquired a passionate faith in God . African American-related articles · Topics related to the Africandiaspora. Homes in predominantly white churches, including Methodist, Presbyterian, . In other instances, religion fostered open rebellion against slavery, as with . (Lehigh University Press: 2016). Buy Faith and Slavery in the Presbyterian Diaspora (Studies in Eighteenth- Century America and the Atlantic World) by Peter C. Tubman was born Araminta "Minty" Ross to slave parents, Harriet ("Rit") Green .