B. Elmo Scoggin was Professor of Old Testament. The service begins with a scripture reading and music from 0:00-1:45. Various verses from Deuteronomy chapters 4 and 7 are read from 1:50-5:09. A hymn is sung from 5:11-8:58. A prayer is offered from 9:05-11:49. Music plays from 11:57-13:39. Dr. Scoggin speaks from 13:48-21:16. Scoggin preaches on the doctrine of election.
B. Elmo Scoggin was Professor of Old Testament. The service begins with prayer form 0:00-3:27. Dr. Scoggin is introduced from 3:33-5:12. Music is played from 5:22-8:32. Dr. Scoggin speaks from 8:45-36:33. His sermon is titled, "We Are the Called." Scoggin shares how missions is the lifestream of the church. He notes that without missions the church will be dying. Music plays again from 36:34-40:22. Closing remarks are made from 40:23-40:35. Closing music is played from 40:36-41:36.
B. Elmo Scoggin was Professor of Old Testament. Dr. Scoggin makes an announcements and opens in prayer from 0:00-1:24. Scoggin offers a prayer of confession from 1:35-3:38. Scoggin leads another prayer of repentance from 3:50-7:06. Scoggin closes the prayer service in another word of prayer from 7:13-7:25.
B. Elmo Scoggin was Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament for thirty-four years. Dr. Scoggin shares with the students that our gospel must be based on our experience and be convicted and convinced of the gospel claims. He encourages them to share the wonderful story of God's redemptive work in Christ. Dr. Scoggin preaches from 0:00-11:07. Closing music is played from 11:14-11:57.
B. Elmo Scoggin was Professor of Old Testament. (This is only a very short clip from the service.) Dr. Scoggin was filling in for the main speaker who was out with the flu and filled in for the 2 speakers who were supposed to backup in case the main speaker was unavailable. Scoggin's message was found in Psalm 51:10.
The service begins with the recitation of “Ring out the Old, Ring in the New” (00:00-00:46) and prayer (00:47-04:09). There was no introduction for the speaker, Dr. B. Elmo Scoggin, but he was Professor of Old Testament at SEBTS. For his message, he begins to read from Psalm 136:1-26 with the congregation. The entire chapel service is simply the reading of this text of Scripture in this manner (04:10-08:30). He ends his time with prayer (08:31-09:04).