James Leo Green was Professor of Hebrew and Old Testament. In this message, He shares on grace out of Titus 2 in preparation for the Christmas season. The service opens in prayer from 0:00-2:37. An offering request is given from 2:39-4:28. Dr. Green preaches from 4:30-28:26.
Raymond Eugene Owens was Associate Professor of Preaching. An opening prayer takes place from 0:00-0:35. Dr. Binkley introduces the speaker from 0:40-2:47. Owens speaks from 2:53-16:16. Dr. Owens preaches on the personal ministry of sharing one’s faith and missions. Dr. Binkley closes the service from 16:27-17:19.
Robert E. McClernon was the pastor of Watts Street Baptist Church in Durham, NC. Dr. Binkley opens the service with the scripture reading of Luke 4:16-29 from 0:00-3:00. He introduces Rev. McClernon from 3:04-5:43. McClernon speaks from 6:03-25:56. He preaches from Luke 4 on how Jesus defies humanity’s expectations of who we would want Jesus to be.
B. Elmo Scoggin was Professor of Old Testament. The service begins with prayer from 0:00-3:16. Scoggin speaks from 3:22-13:52. Scoggin exhorts the students to trust in God and all that He can do for them. Closing music plays from 14:03-15:04. The service closes in prayer from 15:20-15:35.
Donald E. Cook was the Assistant Professor of New Testament. The service begins with music from 0:00-2:06. Opening remarks are given from 2:30-3:37. A prayer is offered from 3:42-7:54. Cook preaches from 7:58-22:53. Cook discusses the biblical theologian’s tasks with the Word of God.
Olin Trivette Binkley was the second President of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and Professor of Christian Sociology and Ethics. Dr. Binkley opens the service in prayer from 0:00-2:38. A second prayer is offered from 3:09-3:43. Binkley preaches from 3:54-14:09. He preaches on items that are important to the institution. He states that “this school is girded by men and women who live by faith.”
John Wrench was the Assistant Director of the Christian Ministry to the National Parks. The service opens with a selective reading from 0:00-1:05. Music plays from 1:09-2:49. An introduction to the speaker is given from 3:08-5:42. Music plays from 5:43-8:06. Wrench preaches from 8:24-25:56. Wrench shares how important the ministry is in national parks.