Southern Baptist Convention Poised to Elect First African American President
LSWI3541 - June 22, 2012
The Southern Baptist Convention began in 1845 in support of slaveholders and is now poised to elect its first African American President. Shauna Sanford introduces us to Pastor Fred Luter, Jr. of New Orleans, the man who will next lead this denomination of 15 million people.
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