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The Career of Andrew Schulze, 1924-1968 : Lutherans and Race in the Civil Rights Era. He was an early proponent of integration during these years, fighting continual battles to get black students admitted to Lutheran schools.

Article in The Journal of Religion 86(4):686-688 · October 2006 with 4 Reads. the imagining of America that I find to be the weakest part of Galchutt's work. She treats Schulze with a tone as a " twentieth-century Good Samaritan " (238). How we measure 'reads'. She treats Schulze with a tone as a " twentieth-century Good Samaritan " (238) This presumes, of course, that at some level the prob-This content downloaded from 62. Finally. This presumes, of course, that at some level the prob-This content downloaded from 6. 22. 64 on Thu, 19 Jun 2014 11:45:43 AM All use subject to JSTOR Terms and Conditions.

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Galchutt, Kathryn M. (2005). The career of Andrew Schulze, 1924-1968 : Lutherans and race in the civil rights era. Macon, Ga : Mercer University Press. Galchutt, Kathryn M. The career of Andrew Schulze, 1924-1968 : Lutherans and race in the civil rights era, Kathryn M. Galchutt Mercer University Press Macon, Ga 2005. Australian/Harvard Citation.

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The Journal of Religion is one of the publications by which the Divinity School of The University of Chicago seeks to promote critical, hermeneutical, historical, and constructive inquiry into religion.

Role in Civil Rights Movement

Role in Civil Rights Movement. Andrew Schulze's final full-time job was as the Executive Secretary of the LHRAA after a long career of working in Negro Missions for the LCMS. With the creation of the LHRAA in 1954 at Valparaiso University, he promptly began working as the organization' Executive Secretary. Albers, James W. (29 September 2006).

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The Career of Andrew Schulze, 1924-1968: Lutherans And Race in the Civil Rights Era (Religion/Civil Rights). October 31, 2005, Mercer University Press. Paperback in English.

Civil Society, Civil Religion is an important and original book, in significant respects carrying forward the debate initiated by John Milbank's Theology and Social Theory, albeit in a very different way. It should be required reading fo. . It should be required reading for academics and students in the fields of theology, religion and political philosophy. This item: Civil Society, Civil Religion.

Andrew Schulze was a white pastor of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod who spent his early ministry serving black mission churches in Springfield, Illinois (1924-1928); St. Louis, Missouri (1928-1947); and Chicago, Illinois (1947-1954). He was an early proponent of integration during these years, fighting continual battles to get black students admitted to Lutheran schools. In the 1930s, he began to lobby to end the mission status of black churches and black schools, a goal which was finally realized in 1947. In 1941 he wrote a treatise on race relations in the church,
THE CAREER OF ANDREW SCHULZE (Religion/Civil Rights) download epub
Humanities
Author: Kathryn M. Galchutt
ISBN: 086554946X
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Mercer University Press (September 22, 2005)
Pages: 288 pages