[We Are Created to Praise] (audio)
Dr. Robert Franklin, Christ Temple
Bishop J. Howard Dell Collection
This is a recording of the Christ Temple worship service. During the service college graduates and visitors to Christ Temple are recognized. There are several musical selections. Dr. Robert Franklin (director of Emory University Black Church Histories) delivers a sermon. The sermon is titled “We Are Created to Praise,” taken from Luke 19:35. In the sermon he discusses how the purpose of man and nature is to praise God. Bishop Dell recognizes a book by Dr. Franklin at the conclusion of the service. Also included in this recording is a discussion by Bishop Dell. In the discussion he talks about holiness. He talks about how he does not believe in women wearing paints or painting their faces. He also talks about how he believes men should be men and doesn’t believe in gays and lesbians.
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Dell, J. Howard and Franklin, Robert, "[We Are Created to Praise] (audio)" (1991). J. Howard Dell Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings. Recording 404.
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