Robert Lisle Lindsey was a New Testament scholar who also worked as a pastor in Israel. The scripture reading was a mixed reading drawn from John, 1 Corinthians, Romans, and Matthew. This message examines Near Eastern culture and religio-ethnic tribalism, as well as the missionary response to this major cultural difference. It also references the recent history of the formation of the nation of Israel after World War II.
Claud Ballard Bowen was a trustee of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. The subject of his message was "A Dream Come True," tracing the early history of SEBTS from the desire for a new seminary in the Southeastern United States to its opening. This includes the history of purchasing the campus from Wake Forest College, the reasons for the seminary to exist, the procedures of the Southern Baptist Convention in forming a new seminary, and quotations from the initial faculty.
After an introduction and word of thanks from Dr. Stealey, the President of SEBTS (start-1:38), Dr. George Raymond Beasley-Murray, the Principal of Spurgeon’s College in London, gives his final of three lectures on the subject of Baptism (1:39-end).