11th C. Eric Lincoln Lecture Series, "Song of Moses", 1993 (audio)

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Dr. Gardner C. Taylor speaks about the song of Moses and the song of the lamb as a part of the annual C. Eric Lincoln lecture series. In his message Dr. Taylor discusses how the Egyptians pursued Israel and how Israel was able to cross divided sea on dry ground. He further talks about the influence of race in America. Dr. Taylor concludes message with the story of Jesus on Calvary. Corresponding video can be found by searching this file name: auc.093.b08t03.19930000.vid0023.

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00:00:05 Dr. Gardner C. Taylor speaks of the various talents of C. Eric Lincoln. Talks about Israel going over on dry land as the Egyptians chased them. During this Israel sang the song of Moses.

00:00:54 Talks about God moving in human affairs and fixing things for people who cannot fix it for themselves.

00:03:45 Talks about nation not becoming straight until the nation gets the problem of race straight. Talks about a woman’s comment on America with reference to the O.J. Simpson trial in Los Angeles and how everything in America is influenced by race.

00:06:47 Talks about the song of the lamb and how some are in the place in life where they will never see righted all the wrongs. Many forefathers died without ever seeing even a semblance of justice come to them. Talks about the song of the lamb speaking of another victory.

00:12:00 Choir sings.

00:16:11 Dr. L. Henry Whelchel gives remarks and recognizes Laura Scott Taylor (wife of Gardner Taylor) and other guests.

00:20:42 Mr. Halton leads attendees in Reign Clark Atlanta.

00:22:08 Dr. Grant S. Shockley give Benediction.

00:25:10 Audio ends.


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