Basic Christian Communication by Dr. Isaac R. Clark
Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection
In a class lecture, Dr. Isaac R. Clark of the Interdenominational Theological Center reviews his class syllabus and outlines goals and objectives. He discusses communication and the importance of students creating their own commutative definition. Dr. Clark further talks about the importance of listening for the truth. He warns against confusing the truth and Holy Spirit with the noise (whooping) of the preacher.
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Clark, Isaac R., "Basic Christian Communication by Dr. Isaac R. Clark" (1969). Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection. 1.
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