Stonewall Jackson: The Black Man's Friend

Stonewall Jackson The Black Man s Friend Many historians have touched on Thomas Stonewall Jackson s relationship with African Americans in light of his Christian convictions Stonewall Jackson The Black Man s Friend explores an aspect of his

  • Title: Stonewall Jackson: The Black Man's Friend
  • Author: Richard G. Williams Jr. James I. Robertson Jr.
  • ISBN: 9781581825657
  • Page: 202
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Many historians have touched on Thomas Stonewall Jackson s relationship with African Americans in light of his Christian convictions Stonewall Jackson The Black Man s Friend explores an aspect of his life that is both intriguing and enlightening his conversion to Christianity and how it affected his relationship with Southern Blacks Covering the origin of Jackson sMany historians have touched on Thomas Stonewall Jackson s relationship with African Americans in light of his Christian convictions Stonewall Jackson The Black Man s Friend explores an aspect of his life that is both intriguing and enlightening his conversion to Christianity and how it affected his relationship with Southern Blacks Covering the origin of Jackson s awakening to faith, the book challenges some widely held beliefs, including the assumption that this spiritual journey did not begin until his adulthood Further, Richard G Williams Jr examines a paradox of Jackson s life his conversion to Christianity was encouraged by Southern slaves, many of whom he would in turn minister to one day The book examines Jackson s documented youthful pangs of conscience regarding the illiteracy of American slaves and how Providence ultimately came to use him to have a lasting and positive impact on Southern slaves.

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    1. Jackson started a colored sunday school that was his heartbeat. His wife said every time he shared the gospel with the olored people in sunday school his face lit up with joy. His desire was to see the black race converted to Christ and learn to read so they could read the Bible

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