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"Spiritual Mobilization" / Donald J. Cowling.

This audio file contains an 8-minute excerpt from a speech made by Donald J. Cowling on May 20, 1954 to commemorate the founding of Spiritual Mobilization, an independent Christian-libertarian movement started by Reverend James W. Fifield against the Christian-liberal “Social Gospel” movement of the 1930s.

Subjects include: Constitution; New Testament; Bible; American; biblical tradition; Judeo-Christian values; inalienable rights; Declaration of Independence; sprituality; Russia.

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