One other note of interest that the reader will find in this article: The writer states "I do not know whether or not Norris had a gun, but I do know that he was mad." The reason for this statement is that eight years prior to the debate Norris had shot and killed a man in his office on the grounds that the man had threatened him. This will give you a little insight into his character. Yet despite this incident, Norris was a very popular and famous preacher among the Baptists.
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P.S. If you would like a copy of Foy Wallace's account of this debate, I have a copy listed under the "debates" section of my book store. This is a rare work and hard to find.