[Student Sermons by Henderson and an Unidentified Student]



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Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection

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circa 1966

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Interdenominational Theological Center students Henderson and another unidentified student deliver sermons titled “Telephoning the Headquarters of Our Faith Effectively” and “Idolatry in the Sight of God” in Dr. Isaac R. Clark’s homiletics class.

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00:00:07 Audio begins with Henderson praying.

00:00:30 Introduces Matthew 6:5-13.

00:03:24 Introduces sermon: Telephoning the Headquarters of Our Faith Effectively.

00:08:19 Talks about importance of overcoming the problem of not being able to make a proper connection to God through prayer.

00:09:37 Gives three procedures relative to telephoning the headquarters of faith.

00:21:00 Prayer.

00:22:16 Sermon ends.

00:22:33 Unidentified woman prays.

00:23:45 Introduces John 9:1-7.

00:28:08 Introduces three model healing dimensions essential in the prescription for 20/20 vision.

00:36:55 Talks about second modern healing dimension as the theology of diversity.

00:49:26 Talks about why it is mandatory to buy into the theology of variety.

00:50:30 Audio cuts off.

00:50:49 Audio begins again with male voice introducing the book of Exodus.

00:51:39 Introduces Exodus 32:1-14.

00:54:49 Introduces sermon: Idolatry in the Sight of God. States that the text suggests that listeners can be caught up in idolatry and do to not have a true relationship with God.

00:58:34 Talks about how the texts suggest three thing s must decide on in connection with serving the true and living God.

00:59:12 Unidentified man prays.

00:59:34 Introduces Matthew 10:16-23 and gives history the gospel.

01:05:11 Sermon ends.

01:06:08 Audio cuts off.

01:06:12 Music plays (distorted sound).

02:14:49 Audio ends.


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