SEBTS Chapel - Sam R. Williams February 21, 2001

  • Sam R. Williams was Assistant Professor of Pastoral Care. Williams begins his sermon by thanking Dr. Patterson and his friend Frank, and he gives a diagnosis of American culture as being completely sexually insane (00:00-03:00). Williams spends most of his sermon in Proverbs 4, and he begins by giving the context of King Solomon, his life, and the sexual scandals that plagued his lineage (03:01-12:50). Williams says that man has an attention deficit and is constantly drifting to pursuing carnal pleasures because of their eyes (12:51-18:09). He says that man also has a heart disorder (18:10-21:26). Williams concludes his sermon by reading a hymn by John Newton, and he says the prescription for the soul is the amputation of sin and the desire to see God (21:27-26:57).
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  • August 4, 2023
  • SEBTS_Chapel_Sam_R_Williams_2001-02-21
Date Created
  • February 21, 2001
  • Wake Forest (N.C.)
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    SEBTS Chapel and Special Event Recordings, SEBTS Chapel and Special Event Recordings - 2000s, Archives and Special Collections, Library at Southeastern, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, NC.