My Religious Experience, How Can You Make God Real

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This audio recording contains a sermon delivered by Dr. Harry V. Richardson on February 19, 1963. Dr. Richardson discusses the differences of the application of knowledge and abstract knowledge and understanding these differences will make it easier to “make God real.” According to Richardson, it is more important to be able to apply knowledge to everyday life than to simply be able to state facts. Dr. Richardson also discusses the atheistic state of Russia, then a part of the Soviet Union.


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