Frederick Douglass: Abolitionist and Reformer
Heroes of the Faith series, book 7
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Frederick Douglass stood out among the abolitionists of the mid-nineteenth century. While many of them argued against slavery as a moral wrong, he brought an added element to the debate: Frederick Douglass had himself once been a slave. Converted to Christ at age thirteen, and assured by a Godly uncle that Christ would make him free, Frederick Douglass eventually made his escape from bondage. With his God-given intelligence and a strong, melodious voice, he became a powerful, articulate advocate of freedom.
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