Arlen Chitwood has removed articles promoting race segregation from his website. His son, John Chitwood, indicated that A. Edwin Wilson’s controversial writings were removed last night because they had not been part of the “website proper for quite some time.” Copyrights on two pages were 1996 and 2006.
The content was not disavowed.
In an e-mail message, John Chitwood offered that he never heard his father or Wilson make racist statements; however, in “Sons of Noah,” Wilson wrote that the “hand of Satan” was behind the civil rights movement. He claimed blacks will remain under a curse until the millennial kingdom.
Chitwood, who compiled and edited the book, lauded the author as one “pre-eminently qualified to write on these subjects.”
A 1996 edition (third printing) is offered by Schoettle Publishing Company (website). The book has no apparent copyright.
See also: “Race hatred and the ‘Word of the Kingdom’”
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