B. Elmo Scoggin was Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament. This was a memorial service for the Holocaust. Dr. Scoggin gives introduction to the service and about a Hebrew remembrance day (0:00-5:49). Dr. Scoggin leads in prayer (5:49-9:30). Dr. Scoggin reflects on the great changes in the world and the importance for keeping remembrance for the loss of those during World War II (9:30-12:12). He says this remembrance is important because it is the moral thing to do and to help prevent such things in the future (12:12-19:20). Dr. Scoggin leads in prayer to close the chapel service (19:20-21:47).
B. Elmo Scoggins was Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament. The service begins with organ music (00:00-03:11). The speaker gives a word of prayer (03:12-04:50). The choir sings a song of worship (04:51-10:30). Scoggins sermon is about the Holocaust and the humanity of the Jewish people, and he encourages the audience to not forget the evil committed in the Holocaust and to love the Jewish people as members of humanity (10;31-25:17). Organ music is played, and the service ends with a benediction (25:18-28:00).
B. Elmo Scoggin was Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament. The service begins with a word of prayer (00:00-01:46). B. Elmo Scoggin is introduced as the Faculty Lecturer (01:47-05:55). Scoggin begins his lecture by tracing the history of the people of Israel from the call of Abraham to the creation of the modern Israeli state in the 1948 (05:56-20:35). He argues that idea of an Arab Palestinian state is a part of a big political lie based on an antisemitic bias, and he believes that the truth is the Arab states have a united hatred of Israel and an interest in destroying the sovereign state (20:36-35:57). Scoggin concludes with the question of how we can account to God if we allow Israel to be wiped out, and he argues that our own self-preservation is at stake if we tolerate antisemitism (35:58-53:10). The service ends with a benediction (53:11-54:31).