Adam's Reviews > Clarence Jordan's Cotton Patch Gospel: Luke and Acts

Clarence Jordan's Cotton Patch Gospel by Clarence Jordan
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Nov 24, 2009

really liked it
bookshelves: religion-philosophy
Read from July 27 to September 20, 2011

At times, seeing the gospel of Luke and the stories of Peter, Paul and the early church transported to 20th century America creates a profound new perspective on those key figures and how their words and actions are relevant regardless of setting.

It is interesting, particularly, to see the Pharisees transformed into their modern-day equivalent, the WAPs (white American Protestants), the "good church-going folks" who condemn Christ for preaching what they find socially unpalatable.

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