Archie Lee Nations was Professor of New Testament Interpretation. The service starts with a prayer from 0:00-0:22. Hebrews 2:5-18 is read from 0:35-3:30. A prayer is offered from 3:31-4:05. Dr. Nations speaks from 4:33-17:21. His topic is centered on his “Thoughts on Jesus Christ.” When he thinks of Jesus he thinks of four words: atonement, identity, deity, and mystery.
Archie Lee Nations was Professor of New Testament Interpretation.The service starts with a word of prayer from 0:00-0:50. A responsive reading takes place from 1:00-2:40. Dr. Nations speaks from 3:08-14:55. He preaches on the relationship between love, suffering, and the heart of God.
Archie Lee Nations was Professor of New Testament Interpretation at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The service begins with a scripture reading (0:00-0:50). After which, a prayer is offered (0:51-2:40). The service continues with a period of singing (2:41-4:30). Afterwards, a speaker reads Matthew 25:31-46 (4:31-7:25). Nations’s message is Matthew 25:31-46. Nations begins by discussing how the Bible speaks boldly into the lives of every believer (7:26- 8:28). After which, he explains how a story from the book of Acts displays a common theme in religion, which is that god’s travel into the human world (8:29-13:19). He concludes by explaining that Jesus came to walk among humanity, and true religion is about recognizing God’s presence (13:20-23:32).
Archie Lee Nations was Associate Professor of New Testament Interpretation at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The service begins with a scripture reading and prayer (0:00-0:46). After which, the speaker reads a responsive reading and offers a prayer (0:47-4:15). Nations’s message is on “the people of God.” Nations begins with an introduction and by reading Romans 14:7-9 (4:16-7:59). He continues by explaining believers are the Lord’s people (8:00-13:07). He demonstrates how the Bible applies to the Church (13:08-17:30). He concludes by illustrating the divisions that sometimes divide the people of God (17:31-20:03). He closes in prayer (20:04-20:35).