I was confronted by the Baptist minister of the campus church, Warren Carr. He was smarter, tougher, funnier, and more theologically astute than any of the professors on the Wake Forest faculty. He had put his life on the line during the civil rights crisis of the 1960s. His house was bombed and his church defaced in Durham, North Carolina. Yet Carr always made clear that his courageous stance on racial justice was an expression and not a substitute for the Gospel.Emphasis mine.