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A Primer of Beliefs for Methodist Laymen, Chapter 1 of 11
Speaker(s):  Kenneth Copeland
Date of Recording:  Early 1960's
Description:   Chapter 1: "The Knowable God" (How many ways does the author mention that a person can know God? In how many ways do you know Him?) Bishop Kenneth Copeland reads his 1959 book, "A Primer of Beliefs for Methodist Laymen: Concerning Christian Experience and Life." The recording of this book was an experiment by the Television, Radio, and Film Commission of the Alabama-West Florida Annual Conference in the early 1960's. An intro at the beginning of this recording explains this audiobook will be the new way to learn. Copeland died at the age of 61 in 1973.