[Student Sermon by Sam Hicks and Protestant Hour Radio]

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Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection

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circa 1966

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Interdenominational Theological Student Sam Hicks delivers sermons titled “A Foundation for Faithful Stewardship” and “Putting Christian Practices in their Place” in Dr. Isaac R. Clark’s homiletics class. Also Dr. Edmund Stimley preaches from on the subject “Dry Bones” on the Protestant Hour.

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00:00:05 Sam Hicks prays.

00:00:55 Introduces John 3:16-17, and Acts 1:8.

00:02:02 Introduces sermon: A Foundation for Faithful Stewardship.

00:07:50 Talks about the problem of false doctrine of church support.

00:12:41 Talks about theological foundation of the true doctrine of church support.

00:19:14 Talks about Jesus dealings with gentiles.

00:25:17 Talks about the significance of Jesus as a basis for the church’s support of the community.

00:28:14 Sermon ends.

00:28:21 Prayer.

00:29:48 Introduces Matthew 6:1-4.

00:31:23 Introduces sermon: Putting Christian Practices in their Place.

00:34:08 Talks about becoming careless in external activities in the Christian faith.

00:48:48 Sermon ends.

00:49:29 Beginning segment of the Lutheran Series of the Protestant Hour radio broadcast featuring Dr. Edmund Stimley (Union Theological Seminary New York, NY), Wittenberg University Choir (Springfield, OH) under direction of L. David Miller.

01:19:10 Audio ends.


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