[Publisher’s Note: This is the final installment and the controversial message of the pastor 40 years ago seems amazingly prescient to the circumstances of our time.]
From “A City on a Hill: A Story of a Community, a Church, a People” by Jewel R. Johnson, Second Edition, 1979, Merchants Press of Taylor, Texas
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