This article explores Oral Roberts’ legacy of racial reconciliation in the backdrop of the racial history of Tulsa, Oklahoma. Oral Roberts was a pioneer of racial integration of his meetings during the Healing Revival of the 1950s. But his racial vision came to maturity as Oral Roberts University became a center for social uplift for African Americans in the Spirit-empowered movement. Today, that legacy continues to shape Oral Roberts University as a shining example of racial diversity among Christian universities in America.
Isgrigg, Daniel D.
"Healing for All Races: Oral Roberts’ Legacy of Racial Reconciliation in a Divided City,"
Spiritus: ORU Journal of Theology: Vol. 4:
2, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalshowcase.oru.edu/spiritus/vol4/iss2/7
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