R. Logan Carson was Professor of Christian Theology. The service begins with two songs of worship and a word of prayer (00:00-08:17). The speaker gives announcements about events happening at Southeastern (08:18-10:31). A representative from Doulos gives a testimony about sharing the gospel (10:32-16:00). Scott Taylor leads in three songs of worship (16:01-21:16). Logan Carson is introduced as the chapel speaker (21:17-22:57). M.Div student, Benjamin Murphy, sings a song of worship (22:58-27:08). Carson begins his sermon by reading Joshua 23:1-11, and he gives a word of prayer (27:09-32:45). Carson states that Joshua presents a warning for the present moment, and Christians must fight to bring back morality to the United States (32:46-44:18).
R. Logan Carson was Senior Professor of Christian Theology. Carson begins his sermon by telling a few funny stories about being a professor at Southeastern, and he gives a word of prayer (00:00-04:23). He walks through Matthew 27:11-26, and he speaks on how much of society has responded to Pilate’s question, “What should I do then with Jesus?” (04:24-15:12). He then reads verses 27-31, and he condemns those who step on Jesus and do not give him reverence (15:13-18:08). He tells a personal story of his calling to the service of ministry, and he says that the answer to Pilate’s question is to serve Jesus (18:09-26:49). Carson ends his sermon by speaking on the day of the resurrection when all God’s children will look upon Jesus (26:50-30:01).
R. Logan Carson was Senior Professor of Christian Theology. Carson begins his lecture by giving it the title “Forever Blowing Bubbles: A Look at Life Under the Sun” (00:00-01:04). He gives an overview of Ecclesiastes and its background (01:05-03:30). He states that Ecclesiastes has wisdom as its main theme, but the wisdom of Ecclesiastes challenges the wisdom spoken of in other books of Scripture, specifically Proverbs (03:31-13:46). He then moves to speak on the topic of Ecclesiastes’ authorship, and he argues against the idea that the book was inspired by Greek philosophy (13:47-27:40). Carson finally examines the theology of Ecclesiastes, and the audio ends with him explaining the books final point that death awaits all (27:41-43:29).
R. Logan Carson was Professor of Theology. Carson opens his sermon with a word of thanks for all the prayers given for his wife and her recovery (00:00-03:40). He gives a word of prayer (03:41-04:50). Before reading his passage, Carson speaks on the hard yet convicting ministry of pastoring and preaching (04:51-08:45). He exegetes 1 Corinthians 4:4-10, and he preaches on the importance of being fools for Christ (08:46-20:34). He continues to verses 11 and 12 to say that we can endure the hardships of life because we know the God we serve, and we have the promise of heavenly wisdom (20:35-28:31). Carson ends his sermon with a reminder that God is the one we serve (28:32-29:39). Daniel Akin thanks Carson for his words and invites Enoch Hollaway to give a benediction and prayer (29:40-30:17). Hollaway ends the service with a word of prayer (30:18-32:00).
R. Logan Carson was Professor of Theology. Carson opens his sermon with a word of thanks to the faculty, and he tells a story of the Lord’s provision (00:00-02:55). He gives a word of prayer (02:56-03:36). Before reading his passage, Carson says that the theme of his message is on the will of God being done in a believer’s life (03:37-05:40). He exegetes Luke 22:39-42, and he focuses on Jesus aligning his will to the Father’s will (05:41-12:26). He continues to verses 43 and 44 to allude to Jesus’ finished work on the cross (12:27-16:40). Carson reads from Matthew 1:18-25, and he charges his audience to be like Joseph and submit their wills to God’s will (16:41-21:34). He recounts a story of when his almost died and his conclusion to submit to God’s will if it was His decision to take her home (21:35-22:33). Carson concludes his sermon by speaking on God’s good will, and he affirms that we can trust in his will because of his grace and sacrifice for us (22:34-28:19). Carson ends the service with a word of prayer (28:20-30:32).