Edwin Luther Copeland was Distinguished Professor of Christian Missions and World Religions. The service begins with a word of prayer from 0:00-1:44. Dr. Copeland speaks from 1:55-24:17. Copeland preaches on the missionary’s role to meet the physical needs of those who they are reaching.
Edwin Luther Copeland was Professor of Missions at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The service begins with a prayer (0:00-1:00). After which, there is a period of singing (1:01-3:42). Copeland’s message is on the Great Commission found in Matthew 28. Copeland begins by reading a portion of Matthew 28 (3:43-4:56). He continues by explaining how every believer is a new creation and should be engaged in the Great Commission (4:57-8:34). He explains that the Great Commission must be engaged in regardless of doubt (8:35-14:41). He states that doubts must be delt with gently (14:42-18:03). He concludes by discussing various doubts that must be overcome in order to engage in the Great Commision (18:04-25:45). The service closes in benediction and prayer (25:46-26:26).
Edwin Luther Copeland was Professor of Missions. Dr. Copeland preaches on the importance of ministry volunteers. He encourages the students to bear the burdens as ministers for Christ by seeking to be missionaries on the frontier.