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Lee Roberson -- Always about His Father's Business

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DR. JAMES H. WIGTON has served as Senior Pastor of Delaney Street Baptist Church in Orlando, Florida, since 2007. He serves in leadership offices with the Greater Orlando Baptist Association, the Florida Baptist Convention, and the Florida Association of Christian Colleges & Schools. A pastor for more than 30 years, he has served churches in the Midwest and Florida. He ...more
Paperback, 362 pages
Published November 5th 2010 by Xulon Press
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Nov 10, 2015 F rated it really liked it
On the main subject of the book [Lee Roberson] the author did a very good job. Without agreeing with every single point I thoroughly enjoyed the life of Lee Roberson presented here. In fact, I would have given the book a 5 star rating except for two things-

[1] the author seems to bear some type of ill will towards Dr. John R. Rice. John R. Rice was a dear and close friend to Dr. Roberson but Wigton occasionally treats Rice unfairly, at least it seems that way to me. I first noticed it when he c
Tim Chavel
May 07, 2014 Tim Chavel rated it liked it
I have only been to Tennessee Temple University and Highland Baptist Church one time, but I have many friends who attended the University. This book is a biography of the long time pastor of Highland Park Baptist Church and the founder of the university. If you are interested in either the church or school or about Lee Roberson then you will enjoy this book. The book tells the story of Roberson's life from the time he was born until his death. I heard Roberson peach many times. He was an ...more
Nov 15, 2015 Roy rated it liked it
Shelves: theology, history
If you know nothing about real fundamentalists, this book will help.

If you a student at Tennessee Temple, this will put a smile on your face and a tear in your eye.

Even if you didn't care for that kind of Christianity.
Seth Alcorn
Jan 29, 2016 Seth Alcorn rated it liked it
Let's us in on the life of one of
God' s great giants. Sometimes wordy and repetitive but is overall a good read. Thank God for men like Dr. Lee Roberson.
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