1961 CLARENCE JORDAN. Original Unpublished Sermons at Ohio Baptist Minister's Conference!
1961 CLARENCE JORDAN. Original Unpublished Sermons at Ohio Baptist Minister's Conference!
1961 CLARENCE JORDAN. Original Unpublished Sermons at Ohio Baptist Minister's Conference!

1961 CLARENCE JORDAN. Original Unpublished Sermons at Ohio Baptist Minister's Conference!

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A really wonderful original two-sided tape containing original, unpublished recorded sermons by Rev. Clarence Jordan [1912-1969] from the Ohio Baptist Minister's Conference, 1961. 

Jordan was an absolutely fascinating character inside the Baptist movement. He was variously a farmer, a New Testament Greek Scholar, the founder of Koinonia Farm which served as a model of Kingdom ideals and was a sort of Utopian community, helped found Habitat for Humanity, produced the Cotton Patch New Testament, and was a advocate for integration of "on earth as it is in heaven" practice among Baptist churches. This included a critical role, as a leading George Baptist, in the Civil Rights movement.

He is, to this day, considered by many to have been a prophet . . . which of course means not everyone was a fan. 

The tape includes sermons on: I. The First Four Commandments. II. On Acts 20 - The Pastor's Love for the Flock. and III. On Matthew 26.36 - Judas. 

Complete. Original box worn. Tape in excellent condition; guaranteed playable. Worthy of transcription and preservation.