The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 83, July 1979 - April, 1980 Page: 46
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46 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
tieth centuries had been hindered in the South not because it was social,
but because it had become identified with northern theological liberal-
ism. Maston, therefore, wisely endeavored to rest the Christian Life
Commission of Texas on a conservative foundation. Likewise, the 1968
crisis statement combined the traditional Baptist emphasis on personal
regeneration with a growing awareness of social responsibility. It was
a combination that Walter Rauschenbusch, perhaps the most important
social gospel minister, would have understood.
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