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Interracialism and Christian community in the postwar South

the story of Koinonia Farm

by Tracy Elaine K"Meyer

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Published by University Press of Virginia in Charlottesville .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Georgia
    • Subjects:
    • Koinonia Farm -- History,
    • Christian communities -- Georgia -- History -- 20th century,
    • Civil rights -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- History -- 20th century,
    • Race relations -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- History -- 20th century,
    • Georgia -- Race relations,
    • Georgia -- Church history -- 20th century

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 222-230) and index.

      StatementTracy Elaine K"Meyer.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBV4407.67 .K54 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 236 p. ;
      Number of Pages236
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1006546M
      ISBN 100813917123
      LC Control Number96046374
      OCLC/WorldCa35714724

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      The short-lived community declined as residents departed for factory work before and during World War II. The second, Providence Farm in Holmes County, began in and survived until , when it finally succumbed to the virulent strains of white supremacy that suppressed any hints of : Barclay Key.   Online A thoughtful and provocative book that offers a life-changing experience through caring. Some of the topics you will find in this book are: Renew your bonds of love with other believers. Participate in the partnership of the gospel.

      interracialism and christian community in the postwar south - the story of koinonia farm. She is the author four books, including Civil Rights and the Gateway to the South: Louisville, Kentucky, (); I Saw it Coming: Worker Narratives of Plant Closings and Job Loss (); and Interracialism and Christian Community in the Postwar South: The Story of Koinonia Farm ().


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Interracialism and Christian Community in the Postwar South succeeds not only as a history but as a primer for social action. Tracy Elaine K'Meyer captures the intrigue of Koinonia Farm's history in her eloquently crafted book. [Her] research is solid, the writing is lively, and the story is by: Interracialism and Christian Community in the Postwar South: The Story of Koinonia Farm by Tracy Elaine K'meyer () Hardcover – January 1, /5(1).

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[Her] research is solid, the writing is lively, and the story is : Tracy Elaine K'meyer. Interracialism in a Christian Community in the Postwar South: The Story of Koinonia Farm.

Tracy E. K'Meyer is associate professor of U.S. history at the University of Louisville. She is the author of numerous articles on the civil rights movement and race relations, as well as the book Interracialism and Christian Community in the Postwar South: The Story of Koinonia : $ In this compelling book Tracy K'Meyer narrates the story of Koinonia Farm, which was founded in and is still in operation in Sumter County, Georgia.

Interracialism and Christian Community in the. Interracialism and Christian Community in the Postwar South: Clarence Jordan, Southern Baptist Visionary. Paul Harvey. After yesterday's post, time to move back to some actual history. I just learned today that I share a birthday (July 29) with a personal hero, Clarence Jordan, who would have been this year.

In Interracialism and Christian Community in the Postwar South, Tracy Elaine K'Meyer looks at one such effort, Koinonia Farm, an interracial Christian cooperative founded in by two white Baptist ministers in southwest Georgia."--BOOK JACKET. Interracialism and Christian Community in the Postwar South The Story of Koinonia Farm (review) Though Brundage does not think die communitarians had die right solution to problems ofAmerican poHtical economy, he credits them widi asking many of die right questions and acknowledges the sacrifices and achievements of the Ruskinites.

2Chancey, "Race, Religion, and Reform," x; Tracy E. K'Meyer, Interracialism and Christian Community in the Postwar South: The Story of Koinonia Farm (Charlottesville, Va., ), 5; Wil- liam Bailey Williford, Americus through the Years: The Story of a Georgia Town and its People.

About the author () Tracy E. K'Meyer is associate professor of U.S. history at the University of Louisville. She is the author of numerous articles on the civil rights movement and race relations, as well as the book Interracialism and Christian Community in the Postwar South: The Story of Koinonia s: 1.

Clarence Jordan (J – Octo ), a farmer and New Testament Greek scholar, was the founder of Koinonia Farm, a small but influential religious community in southwest Georgia and the author of the Cotton Patch paraphrase of the New Testament.

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Remaking the Rural South sits well as a prequel to Tracy K’Meyer’s Inter - racialism and Christian Community in the Postwar South: The Story of Koinonia Farm (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, ). In a region built on the intertwined injustices of racial discrimination and.

Interracialism and Christian Community in the Postwar South The Story of Koinonia Farm Tracy Elaine K'meyer. Now available in paperback, Tracy K'Meyer's book is a thoughtful and engaging portrait of Koinonia Farm, an interracial Christian cooperative founded in by two white Baptist ministers in southwest Georgia.

A recent book, Interracialism and Christian Community in the Postwar South: The Story of Koinonia Farm, by Tracy Elaine K’Meyer (University of Virginia Press, ), provides a fair analysis of the forces within and outside the community and is a good companion to Dallas Lee’s fine narrative history, The Cotton Patch Evidence.

Tracy Elaine K’Meyer did publish a fine history of Koinonia, Interracialism and Christian Community in the Postwar South: The Story of Koinonia Farm (University of Virginia Press, ), but that was nearly twenty years ago.

The book’s author, Frederick Downing, is head of the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies at Valdosta State. Tracy E. K'Meyer, Interracialism and Christian Community in the Postwar South: The Story of Koinonia Farm (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, ).

Dallas Lee, The Cotton Patch Evidence: The Story of Clarence Jordan and the Koinonia. The Cotton Patch Version of the New Testament. Based on the book The Cotton Patch Version of Matthew and John by. The “cotton patch” approach to the New Testament is to allow the same sense of. The Cotton Patch Gospel recasts the stories of Jesus and the Apostolic.

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K'Meyer. In Civil Rights in the Gateway to the South: Louisville, Kentucky,noted historian Tracy E. K'Meyer provides the first comprehensive look at the distinctive elements of Louisville's civil rights movement. K'Meyer frames her groundbreaking analysis by defining a border as a space where historical patterns and social concerns overlap/5(9).Author of Interracialism and Christian Community in the Postwar South: The Story of the Koinonia Farm, K'Meyer is currently working on a new book on the Civil Rights Movement.