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Clarence Jordan"s Cotton Patch Gospel

Luke and Acts (Cotton Patch Gospel)

by Clarence Jordan

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Published by Smyth & Helwys Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • N.T.,
  • Religion - Biblical Studies,
  • Matthew,
  • General,
  • Religion,
  • Paraphrases, English,
  • N.T,
  • Biblical Studies - New Testament,
  • Bible.,
  • Bible,
  • John,
  • Luke

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages155
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8737662M
    ISBN 101573124230
    ISBN 109781573124232
    OCLC/WorldCa54006910

    The Cotton Patch Version is a very colloquial, southern translation. Read More In this modern day translation of Paul' message, his letters are taken out of the study and stained-glass sanctuary and placed under God's skies where people toil, laugh, cry and Range: $ - $ Tuesday, April 25th, @ am – am - Discussion Leader: Pastor John Luoma One of the most amazing stories in American religious history is the story of Clarence Jordan. He was a Baptist preacher with a Ph.D. in New Testament Greek, who wrote the widely published Cotton Patch Version of .

      "Cotton Patch" Gospel is a colloquial translation of most of the New Testament by Southern Baptist minister Clarence Jordan. (Jordan also founded the Christian community Koinonia Farm, in Sumter County, near Americus.)Between and Jordan published four Cotton Patch volumes: The Cotton Patch Version of Paul's Epistles, The Cotton Patch Version of Luke and Acts: . The Cotton Patch Version of Matthew and John: Including the Gospel of Matthew (except for the "begat" Verses) and the First Eight Chapters of the Gospel of John Clarence Jordan Association Press, - Bible - pages.

    The Cotton Patch Gospel recasts the stories of Jesus and the Apostolic letters into the language and culture of the midth century South. Bear in mind that this resource is not a biblical translation, but a creative paraphrase. Dr. Jordan wanted to transport Jesus and first-century Christians to where they were “living where we live, talking as we talk, working, hurting, praying, bleeding. Book Description. The Cotton Patch Gospel recasts the stories of Jesus and the letters of Paul and Peter into the language and culture of the midth century South. Born out of the Civil Rights struggle, these now classic translations of much of the New Testament bring the far-away places of Scripture closer to home: Gainesville, Selma, Birmingham, Atlanta, Washington, D.C.


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Cotton Patch Gospel: Luke and Acts (Clarence Jordan's Cotton Patch Gospel Book 2) - Kindle edition by Jordan, Clarence. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Cotton Patch Gospel: Luke and Acts (Clarence Jordan's Cotton Patch Gospel Book 2).5/5(11).

The Letter to the Christians in Washington. by Clarence Jordan, of Koinonia Ministries. The Cotton Patch Gospel recasts the stories of Jesus and the letters of Paul and Peter into the language and culture of the midth century United States South.

by Clarence Jordan, of Koinonia Ministries. The Cotton Patch Gospel recasts the stories of Jesus and the letters of Paul and Peter into the language and culture of the midth century United States South. Born out of the Civil Rights struggle, these now classic translations of much of the New Testament bring the far-away places of Scripture.

The Cotton Patch Gospel recasts the stories of Jesus and the letters of Paul and Peter into the language of the midth century South. Born out of the Civil Rights struggle, these now classic translations of much of the New Testament bring the far-away places of Scipture closer to home: Gainesville, Selma, Birmingham, Atlanta, Washington, Jordan once wrote, "While there have Brand: Smyth & Helwys Publishing Inc.

Clarence Jordan died suddenly of a heart attack in But as a neighbor reflected long after Clarence’s death, “He be gone now, but his footprint is still here.” Koinonia Farm lives on.

The work of Millard and Linda Fuller lives on. And Cotton Patch Gospel lives on. /5(22). Cotton Patch Gospel: Luke and Acts (Clarence Jordan's Cotton Patch Gospel Book 2) eBook: Clarence Jordan: : Kindle Store5/5(11). The Cotton Patch Gospel, by Koinonia Farm founder Clarence Jordan, recasts the stories of Jesus and the letters of Paul and Peter into the language and culture of the midth century out of the Civil Rights struggle, these now classic translations of much of the New Testament bring the far-away places of Scripture closer to home: Gainesville, Selma,/5.

More than a translation, The Cotton Patch Gospel continues to make clear the startling relevance of Scripture for today. Now for the first time collected in a single, hardcover volume, this edition comes complete with a new Introduction by President Jimmy Carter, a Foreword by Will D.

Campbell and an Afterword by Tony Campolo/5. The Cotton Patch Gospel, by Koinonia Farm founder Clarence Jordan, recasts the stories of Jesus and the letters of Paul and Peter into the language and culture of the midth century out of the Civil Rights struggle, these now classic translations of much of the New Testament bring the far-away places of Scripture closer to home: Gainesville, Selma, Birmingham, Atlanta, Brand: Smyth & Helwys Publishing Inc.

The Cotton Patch Gospel by Koinonia Farm founder Clarence Jordan, recasts the stories of Jesus and the letters of Paul and Peter into the language and culture of the midth century South.

Born out of the Civil Rights struggle, these now classic paraphrases of much of the New Testament bring the far-away places of Scripture closer to home: Gainsville, Selma, Birmingham, Atlanta, Washington, D.C.3/5(1).

Download Cotton Patch Gospel Matthew and John Clarence Jordans Cotton Patch Gospel Book 1 Free Books. Laporan. Read The Cotton Patch Version of Matthew and John Including the Gospel of Matthewand the PDF Online. Acmecretg. Read Cotton Patch Gospel The Complete Collection EBooks Online.

"Cotton Patch Gospel" A Musical Matthew did in Clarence Jordan: Cotton Patch Productions Recommended for you. Something's Brewin' in Gainesville - Cotton Patch Gospel.

— Clarence Jordan, The Substance of Faith: And Other Cotton Patch Sermons "A distinguished professor once came to the farm while Clarence was working on a tractor. The man said, 'I wish to speak to Dr. Jordan.' Clarence wiped off a greasy hand, extended it, and said, 'I am he.' The man responded, 'No, I wish to speak to Dr.

Clarence Jordan.'. The Cotton Patch Gospel recasts the stories of Jesus and the letters of Paul and Peter into the language and culture of the midth century American South.

Born out of the Civil Rights struggle, these now classic translations of much of the New Testament bring the far-away places of Scripture closer to home: Gainesville, Selma, Birmingham, Atlanta, and Washington D.

the author, Clarence 5/5(1). This "Greatest Story Ever Retold" is based on the book The Cotton Patch Version of Matthew and John by Clarence Jordan in which the Gospel is presented in a setting of rural Georgia with country music songs, the final and perhaps best work of Harry Chapin.

As this Gospel begins, they sing that "Somethin's a-brewin' in Gainesville." Herod is the mayor of Atlanta and, inevitably, Christ is. Cotton Patch Gospel is a musical by Tom Key and Russell Treyz with music and lyrics written by Harry Chapin and produced by Philip M.

Getter just after Chapin's death in It ran off-Broadway at the Lamb's Theatre for performances beginning in Octo Based on the book The Cotton Patch Version of Matthew and John by Clarence Jordan, the story retells the life of Jesus as if Book: Tom Key, Russell Treyz. In case you may not know about this work, the text is based on Clarence Jordan’s Southern fried translation of two of the gospels, The Cotton Patch Gospels of Matthew and John.

Bethlehem becomes Gainesville, Georgia, Nazareth Valdosta, and Jerusalem Atlanta.5/5. Clarence Jordan was a strange phenomenon in the history of North American Christianity.

Hewn from the massive Baptist denomination, known primarily for its conformity to culture, Clarence stressed the anti-cultural, the Christ-transcending and the Christ-transforming, aspects of the gospel.

He was an authentic product of the Bible Belt, of the rural, agrarian heartland, of the people’s. Buy a cheap copy of Cotton Patch Version of Luke and Acts: book by Clarence Jordan. A modern translation with a Southern accent, fervent, Earthy, rich in humor Free shipping over $/5(4).

More information on Clarence Jordan and the Union Gospel Mission can be viewed at the Archives & Special Collections office within the James P. Boyce Centennial Library. Endnotes. 1 Dallas Lee, The Cotton Patch Evidence (New York: Harper & Row, ), 2 Henlee H. Barnette, Clarence Jordan: Turning Dreams into Deeds (Smyth & Helwys,   Dallas Lee, The Cotton Patch Evidence: The Story of Clarence Jordan and the Koinonia Farm Experiment (New York: Harper and Row, ).

P. Joel Snider, The "Cotton Patch" Gospel: The Proclamation of Clarence Jordan (Lanham, Md.: University Press of America, ).The Cotton Patch Version of the New Testament: by Clarence Jordan. Both a Biblical scholar and a prophetic man of action, Clarence Jordan lived out the New Testament in the soil of rural Georgia.

A visionary during the struggle for the civil rights of all God's children, he founded an inter-racial community called Koinonia. On this farm, folks.