The Propositional Element of a Sermon by Dr. Isaac R. Clark
Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection
Dr. Isaac R. Clark lectures on the propositional element of a sermon. He explains that to give a proposition means to take a stand and have a position. Clark talks about how the proposition is the groundwork and foundation of a sermon. He describes the proposition as essential to the sermon. Dr. Clark also shares with the class the importance of internalizing by thinking through their own meanings. Also included are brief segments of the inauguration of Atlanta mayor Sam Massell and comments by Ralph Abernathy on Martin Luther King Jr.
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Clark, Isaac R., "The Propositional Element of a Sermon by Dr. Isaac R. Clark" (1963). Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection. 10.
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