SEBTS Carver-Barnes Lecture - Theron D. Price April 11, 1961

  • The service begins with prayer (00:00-01:22), and President Stealey gives updates, information about the Barnes Carver lecture series, and an introduction of the speaker, Theron D. Price. He was pastor of Wornall Road Baptist Church in Kansas City, MO (01:23-05:49). Dr. Price begins with opening formalities, and the subject of his message was about worship: “May a Mortal Lisp Thy Name!” (05:50-13:17). He begins by saying that worship of God concerns what God has done for our salvation, and that the gospel is first a narrative before it is advisatory (13:18-18:53). The remaining lecture concerns itself first with an attempt to locate the worshipping self (18:54-38:02), second with worship as knowledge only being possible in the religion of incarnation and expressed in Trinitarian Faith [skipped because of time] (38:03-39:18), and ending on studying the effects of the worship of God in the renewal of life (39:19-49:35). He ends his time in prayer (49:36-51:04), and organ music ends the service (51:05-51:35).
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  • July 23, 2021
  • SEBTS_Carver-Barnes_Lecture_Theron_D_Price_1961-04-11
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  • April 11, 1961
  • Wake Forest (N.C.)
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    SEBTS Chapel and Special Event Recordings, SEBTS Chapel and Special Event Recordings - 1960s, Archives and Special Collections, Library at Southeastern, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest, NC.