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36177
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Contemplated was the physical resurrection of Jesus Christ and spiritual resurrection of those who believe in His resurrection. Providing proof that the resurrection of flesh and spirit matters equally was an application of Paul’s letters to the Corinthians, Colossians, and Philippians.
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28618
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Presbyterianism arrived relatively late to the Cape Fear region, after Brunswick Town became established in 1726. The Scotch, Scotch-Irish and Swiss Protestants who settled in the area organized the first Presbyterian congregations.
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20968
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This article examines the perspectives held by southern Presbyterians on the election of Abraham Lincoln as president and the mounting calls for disunion and secession from Southern States' Righters. A discussion of issues taken up at Synod and General Assembly meetings, put forth in Southern Presbyterian periodicals, as well as perspectives publicized in sermons are included.
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20077
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This article looks at the manifestation of severance and the nuances of the relationship between the Northern and Southern bodies of the Presbyterian Church in the United States during the Civil War and Reconstruction.
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22554
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Although mentioned little by historians, Henry McCullough was a champion for Scotch-Irish Presbyterians in North Carolina, who came from Ireland to escape religious persecution. McCullough secured land grants for settlement, covering a large part of the sand hills and Piedmont region of North Carolina, and named it Duplin.