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Profiles in Goodwill: Tony W. Cartledge

By EthicsDaily.com Staff | April 24, 2019

Tony W. Cartledge is professor of Old Testament at Campbell University Divinity School in Buies Creek, North Carolina, and contributing editor/curriculum writer for Nurturing Faith Journal and Bible Studies.

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