This audio recording contains a sermon delivered by Gerald Ray Jordan on February 21, 1963. Jordan discusses the competitors of Christianity, the “atheistic nature” of Buddhism and communism, and the way white people must start living in order to address the racial issues in America based upon Christian ideals. Jordan also references Tokyo and Russia. He shares an experience he had in a Protestant church in Moscow.
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Jordan, Gerald Ray, "The Messiah" (1963). Interdenominational Theological Center Audio Visual Collection, Audio Recordings. Recording 27.