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1920s Religious Radio Broadcasts
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Knowing that vast numbers of broadcast-clergy can only damage the credibility of the church in the long-run, this article was written which concerned the personal quest of one observant Christian who wished to see that the amount Christian programming be reduced. The author pointed out that by 1925

"One out of every fourteen broadcasting stations in the United States is today owned and operated by a church or under a church's direction..."

Click here to read about the media-preacher Oral Roberts...

Read about the radio program that was produced by the WPA writers and actors branch in order to celebrate American diversity; click here.


Christian Radio Broadcasting Begins in Earnest (Current Opinion, 1925)

Christian Radio Broadcasting Begins in Earnest (Current Opinion, 1925)

Christian Radio Broadcasting Begins in Earnest (Current Opinion, 1925)

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