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This chapter traces the cross-country roots of the Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ of the Apostolic Faith, Inc., to its founding in Harlem in 1919 by Robert C. and Carrie F. Lawson. The organization rose to national stature because of Robert Lawson’s antiracist theology, which placed Black women at the center of the atonement; the church’s political, economic, and civic engagement; and Carrie Lawson’s radio presence. After the death of Robert Lawson in 1961, structural reorganization occurred under William L. and Ethel Mae Bonner. The chapter’s final section examines the establishment of True Deliverance Church in Queens by Crosley...

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