Brad Braxton

Professor of Homiletics, Vanderbilt University Divinity School

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Professor of Homiletics and New Testament at Vanderbilt University Divinity School in Nashville, Tennessee

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Yesterday in Philadelphia, Barack Obama addressed the potent issues of race, religion and politics in a   speech   designed to allow his campaign get past the controversy created by…

The African American Church: Intersection of Race, Religion, Politics

Yesterday in Philadelphia, Barack Obama addressed the potent issues of race, religion and politics in a speech designed to allow his campaign get past the controversy created by…

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Yesterday in Philadelphia, Barack Obama addressed the potent issues of race, religion and politics in a  speech  designed to allow his campaign get past the controversy created by some…

The African American Church: Intersection of Race, Religion, Politics

Yesterday in Philadelphia, Barack Obama addressed the potent issues of race, religion and politics in a speech designed to allow his campaign get past the controversy created by some…

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