Clarence Jordan: Essential Writings

Book, 2003, 175 pp
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The essential writings of Clarence Jordan (1912-1969). Reared in the heart of the Southern Baptist Church, he passed up the options of scholarship or traditional ministry to found an interracial Christian community in Americus, Georgia, Koinonia. Through his sermons and his rip-roaring vernacular translations of Scripture - his so-called "Cotton Patch" version of the New Testament - Jordan laid out a revolutionary vision of the gospel and invited his readers to join the costly adventure of discipleship.
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