Albert L. Meiburg was Professor of Pastoral Theology and Dean of the Faculty. Meiburg opens his sermon by stating that he wants to share three lessons he wished he learned sooner (00:00-01:03). The first lesson he shares is to celebrate the temporary (01:04-05:35). The second lesson he shares is to embrace the alien or the unfamiliar (05:36-10:34). The third lesson he shares is to risk the imperfect (10:35-20:05). Meiburg ends the service with a benediction (20:06-20:31).
Albert L. Meiburg was Professor of Pastoral Theology and Dean of the Faculty. The speaker reads from John 2:18-25 (00:00-01:19). The choir leads in a song of worship (01:20-03:47). Meiburg opens his sermon with the acknowledgement of Ash Wednesday and an explanation of the season of Lent (03:48-08:27). He speaks on Jesus’ understanding of personhood through the story of the Prodigal Son (08:28-13:04). He states that part of human nature is a need for communion with each other due to our easiness of falling into sin (13:05-18:20). Meiburg concludes his sermon by speaking on Jesus’ death on the cross as the true example of true understanding and love for humanity, and he give a benediction (18:21-23:12). The service ends with the choir leading the audience in a song of worship (23:13-24:15).
Albert L. Meiburg was Professor of Pastoral Theology and Dean of the Faculty. The service begins with a word of prayer (00:00-01:24). Albert L. Meiburg is introduced as the Faculty Lecturer (01:25-03:45). Meiburg’s lecture is entitled Ageing is Becoming, and he begins by speaking on the wisdom of old age (03:46-09:23). His first point is that ageing is tied to being created in the image of God, and he believes that this image is founded in our ability to make decisions (09:24-24:38). Meiburg’s second point is that we have been redeemed by God’s grace through Christ, and this grace is liberating and implies union with Christ that is not dependant on age (24:39-43:38). The service ends with a word of prayer (43:39-44:28).
Albert L. Meiburg was Dean of the Faculty and Professor of Pastoral Theology. The service opens with a scripture reading and responsive reading from 0:00-1:53. Dr. Meiburg speaks from 2:03-19:31. He encourages the chapel to seek truth and the effect it will have in one’s ministry.