2 edition of John Jasper on The sun do move. found in the catalog.
John Jasper on The sun do move.
Written in English
|LC Classifications||BX6455.J3 A45 1917|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p. incl. port.|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||43046413|
Jasper County Sun Times, Ridgeland, South Carolina. K likes. Official Facebook page for the Jasper County Sun Times newspaper/5(14). “And the sun stood still, and the moon stayed, until the people had avenged themselves upon their enemies. Is not this written in the book of Jasher? So the sun stood still in the midst of heaven, and hasted not to go down about a whole day.” (Joshua KJV) John Jasper () was undoubtedly Virginia’s.
SERMON: De Sun Do Move, by John J. Jasper. About MzMaDeA I am but a single bud among my many roses/thorns/diamonds. Jasper's "the sun do move" sermon is the best known of all his sermons and the best known (and most controversial) of all early folk sermons. He is reputed to have delivered it times between and , and when it.
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De Sun Do Move Joshua A Sermon by John Jasper In presenting John Jasper's John Jasper on The sun do move. book sermon on "De Sun Do Move", I beg to introduce it with several explanatory words. It includes an extended discussion, after his peculiar fashion, of the text, "The Lord God is a man of war; the Lord is His name.".
John Jasper. Transcription Source "The Sun Do Move": The celebrated theory of the sun's rotation around the earth, as preached by Rev. John Jasper of Richmond, VA.
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4 This is a special, verbatim report of the cele- brated "Sun do Move" sermon as preached by Rev. John Jasper. The argument has never been published until now.
"The Sun Do Move!". And the Reverend did "have something"-even if in a modest degree that something is now perpetuated in book form-the most popular of his sermons "De Sun Do Move." About the Author John J. Jasper was born a slave on July 4, on Peachy Plantation in Fluvanna County, Virginia, the Author: Reverend John J.
Jasper. This is a special, verbatim report of the celebrated “Sun do Move” sermon as preached by Rev. John Jasper. The argument has never been published until now. “The Sun Do Move!” Brethren and Friends: The text is found in Exdus, chap verse 3: “The Lord. John Jasper is the author of De Sun Do Move ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Sun Do Move ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 review /5(4).
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We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Reverend John Jasper is arguably one of the most famous black ministers of nineteenth-century Richmond, Virginia, who gained popularity for his electrifying preaching style and his ability to spiritually move both black and white Baptists.
He began his career in the early s, preaching at funerals of slave and free black parishioners and giving occasional sermons at the First African. De sun do move: the celebrated sermon of John J. Jasper. [John Jasper] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Reprinted from the book John J.
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"If you is what you was, you ain’t." I n just eight words, slave preacher John Jasper was able to encapsulate the nature of man’s search for enlightenment. Destined from birth to be a man of God – his father also was a slave preacher and it was his mother’s dearest wish that her son "do nothin’ but sing de praises of Jesus" – Jasper resisted his fate every step of the way.
Recounts his life of 40 years as a slave and 40 years as a free man. The reflections and insights of this book give us a rare view of race relationships in the South both during and after slavery.
Contains several of his sermons, including the famous "The Sun Do Move". Green softcover with portrait of Jasper on front cover. pages.
De Sun Do Move by John Jasper,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(3). In the late s, famed black preacher John Jasper preached a sermon titled ‘The Sun Do Move’. Here is some of what Jasper had to say (text edited for readability): Now then, I have proved to you all these things as they are laid down in the Bible, chapter and verse.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Rev. John Jasper on "The sun do move." by Jasper, John, edition, in EnglishPages: More than a few years ago, John Jasper, a converted slave-turned preacher, captivated audiences with the famous sermon, "De Sun Do Move." Among the many distinguished guests, who came to hear the sermon, was the President of the United States.
LET me say in frankness that when I originally began this appreciation of John Jasper it was my full purpose to omit from it all reference to his very notorious sermon on "The Sun Do Move." That was the one thing in his life I most regretted--an episode that I was quite willing to commit to oblivion.
The speaking tour resulted from the notoriety that Jasper achieved in with his sermon on the rotation of the sun, entitled "De Sun Do Move." A parishioner and an unknown white man argued the question of the sun and its rotation around the earth as described in Exodus Rev.
John Jasper: Dear Sir,--At the earnest solicitation of some lady friends visiting our city from the Northwest, we shall be pleased to have you preach your ever popular sermon, "The Sun Do Move," on next Suhday, Feb.
10, Hoping it may meet with your. --Jasper set free --The picture-maker --Jasper's star witness --Jasper's sermon on "Dem Sebun Wimmin" --Jasper glimpsed under various lights --Sermon: The stone cut out of the mountain --Facts concerning the sermon on the sun --The sun do move --One Jasper day in the spring time of -.
JOHN JASPER - He gained national fame in when he first preached his famed "SUN DO MOVE" sermon, which he later delivered by invitation more than times, and once before the entire Virginia General Assembly. of many books and related articles describing the black religious experience.
one book in particular has received.John Jasper, a Black preacher, philosopher, and orator, was born on this date in Jasper was born in Fluvanna County, VA, the youngest of 24 children.
He became a Christian on July 4,in Capital Square of Richmond. He was baptized inand on the same day, preached a funeral service, which immediately brought him fame.
He taught himself to read and write, and although he. John Jasper, preacher, philosopher, and orator was born in Fluvanna County, Virginia on July 4, He was the youngest of twenty-four (24) children.
He was converted on the fourth of July, in Capital Square of Richmond, Virginia. He was baptized in and on the same day he preached a funeral which immediately brought him fame.
One of the great slave preachers, Jasper Views: K.