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William Wilberforce: A Man Who Changed His Times
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William Wilberforce: A Man Who Changed His Times

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“God Almighty has set before me two great objects: the suppression of the Slave Trade and the reformation of manners.” William Wilberforce, a young parliamentarian, recorded these audacious ambitions in his diary on October 28, 1787. Forty-six years later and three days before his death, slavery was abolished throughout the entire British empire. Over the course of these years he went from being one of the most vilified men in Europe to one of the most loved and revered in the world. This biographical account of Wilberforce's life and work was written by John Pollock, and is introduced by J. Douglas Holladay.

This article was originally published as a Trinity Forum Reading,1996. Read by Ken Myers. 50 minutes.