By Nathan Handley
Union News Office
JACKSON — A piece of Southern Baptist history has been moved to the campus of Union University.
On Nov. 11, the university will open the newly renovated birthplace of R.G. Lee, which was moved to Union’s Jackson campus from Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis.
“R.G. Lee was a leading statesman among Southern Baptists and other evangelicals during the middle years of the 20th century,” said Nathan Finn, dean of Union’s School of Theology and Missions. [Read more…]