"Despite the heavily-weighted burden of societal biases, Annie C. Tuggle (1890-1976) emerged in her community as a well-educated leader. While maintaining her convictions aligned with the southern Churches of Christ, Tuggle became a published author in religious journals, an evangelizer and organizer of an all-women's church, and a chronicler of African American Churches of Christ.
Tuggle lends a unique voice of richness and complexity to the understanding of black Christian women of the time. She symbolizes the countless ordinary African American women who labored to help their people find their way within a distinctive religious construct situated in a society with highly undesirable iron mandates."
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SKU 3919 Subtitle The Life Of Annie C. Tuggle Author/Speaker Edward J. Robinson ISBN 978-0-89112-548-8 Translator N/A Language English Pages 160 Binding Paperback Publisher ACU Press Copyright 2011 Edition N/A Print Date N/A