John Colin Harris was Assistant Professor of Christian Education. The service begins with a reading of Psalm 51 from 0:00-1:55. Dr. Harris speaks from 2:11-20:28. His source text was John 9. He preaches on the story of the blind man who regained his sight from Jesus. He encourages the chapel to understand the blindness of the heart and the need for Jesus to cure the blindness.
William Randall Lolley was the 3rd president of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. Dr. Lolley opens the chapel with a short story and scripture reading from 0:00-2:30. A responsive reading takes place from 2:30-3:27. Lolley offers a prayer from 3:30-5:47. Dr. Lolley preaches from 5:50-18:25. His subject is on interpreting the Bible.
Lana Lawrence was a president of the Student Council. The service starts with a scripture reading and prayer from 0:00-2:51. An announcement is made from 2:54-3:11. Lawrence speaks from 3:27-9:06. Her topic is on authentic preaching and the importance of keeping Christ at the center.
The service begins with a responsive reading from 0:00-4:13. 1 Corinthians 12:24-27 is read from 4:18-4:53. The leaders of the Student Coordinating Council share words of appreciation and lessons from 5:04-21:46. The service closes with a responsive reading and prayer from 21:51-23:12. This service was organized by the Student Coordinating Service.
Dennis Burton was a student at SEBTS. The service starts with a prayer from 0:00-1:03. Genesis 1:26-28 is read from 1:12-2:21. Burton speaks from 2:29-18:27. His topic is about how everyone is special.
Raymond Bryan Brown was Distinguished Professor of New Testament Interpretation. The service begins with an announcement and prayer from 0:00-2:05. Luke 23:33-43 is read from 2:18-4:42. Dr. Brown speaks from 4:59-18:46. He preaches on the story of the thief on the cross and Jesus saving him.
John William Eddins was Professor of Theology. The service starts with an opening scripture reading from 0:00-1:35. A prayer is offered from 1:43-2:49. A responsive reading takes place from 2:50-4:37. Dr. Eddins preaches from 4:56-14:08. Eddins preaches on the atonement that the death of Christ provides all believers.
James David Fite was a missionary to Cuba. The service opens with a word of prayer from 0:00-0:55. An introduction to the speaker is given from 1:00-6:07. Rev. Fite speaks from 6:08-30:43. Fite shares stories of his time in Cuba and the fruitful ministry he has had as well as his time in prison there.
Tim Brendle was a student at SEBTS. The service starts with a prayer from 0:00-1:28. An introduction to the speaker is given from 1:32-3:02. Brendle speaks from 3:08-25:08. He preaches on the problem of world hunger and effective ways the church can work to combat the issue.
This item is dated March 1995 due to the content of the record reflecting information from that date. The record mentions faculty appointments during the month of March, which suggests the document was written the same month or shortly after.
These items likely date to May 1995. Both items provide information showing events which possibly took place in May, suggesting they were written during that month or shortly after.
SEBTS_NI_1995_05a: Patterson Issues Father-Like Charge To Southeastern Graduates; SEBTS_NI_1995_05b: Mission Field Changing For Career Home Missionary
This item is dated 1995 due to the fact that records and dates within the document indicate it took place in that year. Lack of further identifying information creates difficulty when determining an exact month. This item was originally placed after a document dated May 1995 in the collection's physical order.
These items are dated July 1995 due to the mention of July in both items, which suggests they were written during or shortly after the month of July, and records indicating that these faculty members were appointed in 1995.
SEBTS_NI_1995_07a: Start of new degree program brings psychologist to Southeastern faculty; SEBTS_NI_1995_07b: Evangelistic musician named to Southeastern faculty
This item is dated October 1995 because it was most likely created shortly after October 9-10, dates given within the document, and during the year 1995 when events such as the election of specific faculty occurred.
The date used to name and organize these items corresponds to the more specific date given at the bottom of the documents rather than the annotated information.
SEBTS_NI_1996_04_19a: God called Southeastern's newest religious ed professor out of law school; SEBTS_NI_1996_04_19b: Hebrew scholar to join Southeastern faculty