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Shaking the Foundations: A Christian Challenge By Lyle Talbot
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This book is the culmination of more than seventy- five years of Bible study. Talbot started his search for scriptural knowledge as soon as he learned to read. At about forty years of age he heard... More > the expression "Jesus is God" for the first time. It came as a shock since he had been taught and believed that Jesus was the Son of God. Talbot began an intensive search for the foundations of this tenet of theology and learned that it followed logically from the Doctrine of the Trinity. Being aware that Trinity is not a term found in the New Testament, he proceeded to determine the New Testament Doctrine of God. As he reviewed his lifetime of Bible teaching and discussion Talbot recalled that many Bible readers held beliefs that demonstrated a misunderstanding or lack of comprehension of the scriptures. In this book he shares his insights into some fundamental New Testament teachings.< Less
Memoir of a Black Canadian Activist By Lyle Talbot et al.
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This memoir, as a racial history, details the life experience Lyle Emerson Talbot, a black man born near Dresden, Ontario. His story opens with a report of a racist incident involving his father that... More > demonstrated how racism impacted Talbot even before he was born. Racial issues dotted his life until his retirement from the work world, but Talbot did not let these experiences defeat him. He was a pioneer in activist organizations at both the local and national level including participating in the first sit-ins in North America. On the personal level he took on such giants as the Ford Motor Company, the real estate industry in Windsor, Ontario and even the federal government. Interspersed with these elements are lively anecdotes that provide enlightening reading on the life and times of a black male growing up and working during a major segment of twentieth century southwestern Ontario. The reader can share Talbot's joys, frustrations and sorrows and even laugh at some of the humourous events described.< Less

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