First Baptist Church Minneapolis

EV_FirstBaptistChurchMin.jpg

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Title

First Baptist Church Minneapolis

Subject

Christianity, Evangelicalism in MN

Description

The First Baptist Church in Minneapolis is a historical and long-standing building. It was here that a well-known Fundamentalist pastor, William B. Riley, fought to create laws banning the education of evolution in schools (Szasz). He installed William J. Bryan as the prosecuting attorney in the highly publicized Scopes Monkey Trial which was ultimately a win against the Modernists. (Photo: Farragutful/CC BY-SA WikiCommons)

Creator

Farrugutful

Source

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:First_Baptist_Church_-_Minneapolis_01.jpg

Publisher

Wiki Commons

Date

6/14/2017

Contributor

Georgia Paulig

Rights

CC BY-SA WikiCommons

Format

Still image

Type

.jpg

Identifier

EM_FirstBaptistChurchMin.jpg

Coverage

Minneapolis, MN

Citation

Farrugutful, “First Baptist Church Minneapolis,” Religions in Minnesota, accessed June 6, 2020, https://religionsmn.carleton.edu/items/show/4883.

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