Cotton patch for the Kingdom: Clarence Jordan's demonstration plot at Koinonia Farm

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Herald Press, 2001 - History - 240 pages
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When Clarence Jordan left seminary and started Koinonia Farm in Americus, Georgia, in the early 1940s, his living the biblical dream did not go unnoticed. Koinonia Farm was dedicated to pacifism when World War II raged, to racial equality in the southern heartland, and to community living in midst of American individualism.In this new interpretation and analysis of Clarence Jordan, Ann Louise Coble discovers a life and a community wholly connected to Jesus Christ, with a vision to create a "demonstration plot for the kingdom of God."

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Contagious Vision of the Kingdom of God

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Clarence Jordan was a normal southern Baptist Minister with a contagious vision of the Kingdom of God. Clarence bore witness to arguably one of the most trying times in America, the years uneasing ... Read full review


Foreword by Millard Fuller
Clarence Jordans Early Years
The Seminary Years

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