R. Logan Carson was Professor of Christian Theology. The service begins with two songs of worship and a word of prayer (00:00-08:17). The speaker gives announcements about events happening at Southeastern (08:18-10:31). A representative from Doulos gives a testimony about sharing the gospel (10:32-16:00). Scott Taylor leads in three songs of worship (16:01-21:16). Logan Carson is introduced as the chapel speaker (21:17-22:57). M.Div student, Benjamin Murphy, sings a song of worship (22:58-27:08). Carson begins his sermon by reading Joshua 23:1-11, and he gives a word of prayer (27:09-32:45). Carson states that Joshua presents a warning for the present moment, and Christians must fight to bring back morality to the United States (32:46-44:18).
R. Logan Carson was Senior Professor of Christian Theology. Carson begins his sermon by telling a few funny stories about being a professor at Southeastern, and he gives a word of prayer (00:00-04:23). He walks through Matthew 27:11-26, and he speaks on how much of society has responded to Pilate’s question, “What should I do then with Jesus?” (04:24-15:12). He then reads verses 27-31, and he condemns those who step on Jesus and do not give him reverence (15:13-18:08). He tells a personal story of his calling to the service of ministry, and he says that the answer to Pilate’s question is to serve Jesus (18:09-26:49). Carson ends his sermon by speaking on the day of the resurrection when all God’s children will look upon Jesus (26:50-30:01).
R. Logan Carson was Senior Professor of Christian Theology. Carson begins his lecture by giving it the title “Forever Blowing Bubbles: A Look at Life Under the Sun” (00:00-01:04). He gives an overview of Ecclesiastes and its background (01:05-03:30). He states that Ecclesiastes has wisdom as its main theme, but the wisdom of Ecclesiastes challenges the wisdom spoken of in other books of Scripture, specifically Proverbs (03:31-13:46). He then moves to speak on the topic of Ecclesiastes’ authorship, and he argues against the idea that the book was inspired by Greek philosophy (13:47-27:40). Carson finally examines the theology of Ecclesiastes, and the audio ends with him explaining the books final point that death awaits all (27:41-43:29).