Church and Violence, Group Discussion of Morning Session
Interdenominational Theological Center Audio Visual Collection
This audio recording contains two parts. The first part is a discussion between Dr. Joseph C. Hough Jr. and Reverend J. Oscar McCloud. Dr. Hough begins by asserting that the primary task for the white church in America is to produce the political translation of the “gospel message.” Hough also discusses an attitudinal survey that was conducted after a racial tragedy occurred, and creative programs white churches are using to help with race problems in the America. Reverend McCloud follows by reporting Atlanta University Center statistics. He also presents a slideshow that depicts the lack of response from the white churches in Atlanta. The second part of the audio recording is an unknown speaker discussing the difference between African people and Black people in the United States of America. This is followed by a question and answer period.
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Hough, Joseph C. and McCloud, J. Oscar, "Church and Violence, Group Discussion of Morning Session" (1969). Interdenominational Theological Center Audio Visual Collection, Audio Recordings. Recording 59.