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Thomas Dixon, Jr. (1864–1946)

Dixon, Thomas, Jr. An American clergyman, writer, and lecturer; born in Shelby, NC, Jan. 11, 1864; died in 1946. He was admitted to the bar in 1886 but resigned to enter the Baptist ministry and was ordained in 1887. Among his works are: ‘Living Problems in Religion and Social Science’ (1891); ‘What is Religion’ (1892); ‘Sermons on Ingersoll’ (1894); ‘The Leopard’s Spots’ (1902); ‘The Clansman’ (1905); ‘The Traitor’ (1907); ‘The Victim’ (1914); ‘The Foolish Virgin’ (1915); ‘The Fall of a Nation’ (1916).