Olin Trivette Binkley was Professor of Christian Sociology and Ethics 1952-1958, Dean 1958-1963, and President 1963-1974. The service opens with prayer from 0:00-0:29. An introduction to the speaker is given from 0:43-2:20. Dr. Binkley speaks from 2:36-19:44. His source text was Philippians 4:8. He teaches the chapel on how Christians are to think. The service closes with music from 19:46-20:01.
Olin Trivette Binkley was the second President of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The service begins with Dr. Binkley reading Philippians 4:6 and music is played from 0:18-1:24. Dr. Binkley preaches from 1:28-17:11. Binkley speaks on how we do not earn eternal life, but rather it is inherited. Dr. Binkley also encourages the need for spiritual leaders and mentors in the Christian life.
Olin Trivette Binkley was the second President of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He begins the service by opening in a word of prayer from 0:00-1:00 and preaches the rest of the time. Dr. Binkley preaches on the principles of the faith. His source text was Philippians 3:7-8. He notes that ministers should set forth an authentic, life-giving lifestyle such as Christ.
Dr. Olin Trivette Binkley, the Academic Dean and Professor of Christian Sociology and Ethics, read Philippians 1:27-30, and then preached about "Citizenship in a Theological Seminary" from verse 27. He shared three characteristics of good theological citizens: indefectible faithfulness to Jesus Christ and to those who love and serve Him, courageous participation in the advancement of the Gospel, and readiness to suffer in the struggle for justice.