On today’s show I was joined by Pastor Eli James, to discuss Nord Davis Jr. whose work I featured in my, “Absent Friends series.
Pastor Eli knew Nord, and spoke of his experiences with him, we then discussed some of his work.
You can listen or download my four “Absent Friends,” shows on the work of Nord Davis Jr. below:
(16) February 6 2016 Pamphlet – Britain And Jewry And Nord Davis Jr – Part 1 (This week I conclude reading from a 1938 pamphlet entitled, ‘Britain And Jewry,’ by an unknown Absent Friend. I then start a new series on Nord Davis Jr. This week four articles: the Biblical Law; how Jews are not Israel; the Ten Planks of the Communist Manifesto; and Nelson Mandela.)
(17) February 13 2016 Nord Davis Jr – Part 2 (This week I conclude Nord’s article on Nelson Mandela, and the other articles I explore cover: American Prisoners of War still in captivity in Southeast Asia; Talmudic Origins of the Noahide Laws; The Death of Gordon Kahl; The Phineas Priesthood; Darwin’s Refutation of his Theory of Evolution; The Deaths of Karl Marx and Thomas Paine; Self-Defence; Stand Mute as Christ In Court; and America’s Fabulous Lady Patriots.)
(18) February 20 2016 Nord Davis Jr – Part 3 (This week I conclude Nord’s article on America’s Fabulous Lady Patriots, and the other articles I explore cover: Jews Exempt from West German Military Service and Ruth was an Israelite. I then read from Nord’s seminal work, ‘Star Wars’: an extract from Lesson Three; Lesson Six in its entirety; and extracts from Lessons Seven, Eight, and Thirteen. I conclude with Nord’s speech on C. I. Scofield.)
(19) February 27 2016 Nord Davis Jr – Part 4 And John Tyndall – Part 1 (This week I finish my series on the works of Nord Davis Jr as I conclude Nord’s speech on C. I. Scofield. I then start a new series on John Tyndall, reading the following extracts of chapters from John’s book, ‘The Eleventh Hour.’ This week: Origins and Early Life (page 24); The Call of Politics (pages 42, 53-56, and 64); Is there a Conspiracy? (pages 93-94 and 103-107); and The Cancer of Liberalism (pages 122-123, 127-128, and 129-130.)