Robert Ryland tried to behave in a generous Christian way with the African-American people among whom he lived all his life even as he presided over what he recognized was a compromised form of the church. He faced skepticism and criticism from all sides, and experienced considerable doubt, but he pressed on.
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Ayers, Edward L. "The Trials of Robert Ryland." Baptist History & Heritage, 48:2 (2013): 12-27.