Donald E. Cook was Professor of New Testament. This service took place on Election Day. The service opens with a prayer from 0:00-4:00. A responsive reading occurs from 4:02-5:27. Dr. Cook speaks from 5:42-20:32. He preaches on what the death of Jesus means for all believers and the importance of proclaiming the gospel.
Donald E. Cook was Associate Professor of New Testament. The service opens with prayer from 0:00-2:15. A responsive reading takes place from 2:21-4:23. Dr. Cook speaks from 4:30-23:16. Cook encourages the student body to view the chapel services as important to the work of God and worship.
Donald E. Cook was Associate Professor of New Testament. The service starts with an opening word of prayer from 0:00-0:38. 1 Corinthians 1:1-3 is read from 0:50-1:43. A prayer is offered from 1:44-4:45. Dr. Cook speaks from 5:10-18:46. His message was centered on the church and the justification of mankind. Cook’s source text was 2 Corinthians 5:17-21.
Donald E. Cook was the Assistant Professor of New Testament. The service begins with music from 0:00-2:06. Opening remarks are given from 2:30-3:37. A prayer is offered from 3:42-7:54. Cook preaches from 7:58-22:53. Cook discusses the biblical theologian’s tasks with the Word of God.
Donald E. Cook was Assistant Professor of New Testament. The service begins with a reading of a portion of scripture and prayer from 0:00-3:50. Dr. Cook preaches from 3:55-23:08. Cook shares a message on meaning in the church and the responsibility that ministers have in the faith. Music plays from 23:10-24:04.