[The Deadline of War: Moral Law in the Age of Technology by Dudley Ward]


Dudley Ward

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Dudley Ward gives a presentation during chapel services at the Interdenominational Theological Center. In his presentation he discusses Jesus and the woman of Samaria and a new Gospel for a new day. He also discusses how the moral law of God must be applied in a technological age threatened by war.

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00:01:15 Talks about the meeting of Jesus and the woman of Samaria. Also talks about three fundamental conventional values of their day.

00:05:46 Talks about a new gospel for a new day, communicating to the points of power in society and recognition that God and moral law must be applied.

00:08:53 Talks about Dr. George Crawford, a senior experts in electronics and director of U.S. army undertaking in radio electronic warfare.

00:09:50 Talks about Christians and other people facing the deadline of war.

00:20:01 Talks about clear thinking and courage, that foreign policy must be morally based and that stirring of the people of God is needed. Talks about message of Jesus and the woman by the well.

00:21:04 Talks about the summary of the speech President Kennedy gave before the United Nations and being against war and for universal and total disarmament.

00:25:20 Talks about Christian churches making the decisive difference to get a favorable vote at the United Nations for a new world order.

00:30:06 Talks about pastor of first Methodist church of Northern California.

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