Life And Thoughts Of Howard Thurman

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Maria Regina Gainey BC 506: The Life and Thoughts of Howard Thurman Dr. Jeanette Floyd 23, September 2015 Week 6 assignment-2nd part When Thurman left his position as dean at Howard University to co-found the first fully integrated, multi-cultural church in the U.S. in San Francisco, CA. He was starting a revolution. Thurman had the ability to bring every ethnic background together to worship and work for peace. "Do not be silent; there is no limit to the power that may be released through you." (Thurman) In my opinion, Thurman’s wife, Sue Baily was the wind beneath his wings, because she had some the same desires and passions that Thurman had which were interracial and spiritual relationship building and to find a way to tear down
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