The service begins with organ music (00:00-01:46). A dramatic reading of various Scriptures and a drama of the story of the Bible follows for the majority of the chapel. The story tells the narrative of Scripture, beginning with creation, moving to the Fall, having hope in the kept promise of God’s deliverance and salvation, looking forward to the coming day of new creation (01:47-24:59). Organ music closes the service (25:00-28:58).
Fisher Humphries was Professor of Theology at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. In this message, Humphries speaks on the subject of sanctification and spiritual formation, drawing from 1 Thessalonians 5:23-24. He focuses especially on the role of the church in this process, and a significant portion of his time explores the current state of the Southern Baptist Convention and its relation to Liberal Protestantism, Fundamentalism, and Evangelicalism.
Fisher Humphries was Professor of Theology at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary. In this message, Humphries speaks on the effect of scripture on the Christian life, focusing especially on a Christian worldview. He also explores the experience of God through Christian conversion and prayer, among other methods, as well as a brief survey of scripture's wisdom from the book of Proverbs.