Talk:Lee Rutland Scarborough

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This information is from several sources:

Carson, Glenn Thomas. Calling Out the Called: The Life and Work of Lee Rutland Scarborough. Austin, Tex: Eakin Press, 1996.

Dana, H. E. Lee Rutland Scarborough, A Life of Service. Nashville, Tenn: Broadman Press, 1942.

Miles, Delos. L.R. Scarborough: Shaper of Evangelism. Shapers of Southern Baptist heritage, [10]. Nashville, Tenn: Historical Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, 1987.

Benefield, Leroy. Lee Rutland Scarborough and His Preaching. Thesis (Ph. D.)--Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1970, 1970.

The fact that the information is available from multiple sources doesn't mean you can just reword one source to avoid violating copyright. As all of the sources are likely copyrighted, you should rewrite the article so that it includes the factual information that can be appropriately cited to references, but does not copy the creative (and thus copyrighted) element. See WP:PARAPHRASE for further details. VernoWhitney (talk) 20:44, 24 March 2010 (UTC)

Copyright problem removed[edit]

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