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Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection

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circa 1970

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An unidentified man delivers sermons based on John and Galatians based on the acceptance of others.

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00:00:08 Audio begins with prayer.

00:00:48 Introduces John 8:1-11.

00:03:35 Introduces sermon: Movement Toward an Acceptance of Others.

00:05:33 Talks about how some church going believers follow dictatorial rule.

00:06:03 Illustrates moralized disapproval of others.

00:10:59 Talks about how everyone has skeletons in their closets they would like to forget about.

00:14:19 Illustrates how to regard the deportment of others as acceptable.

00:20:04 Talks about the value of expressing the need for strength.

00:22:00 Sermon ends.

00:22:13 Prayer.

00:22:33 Introduces Galatians 1:6-9.

00:27:07 Talks about how many church going believers are following misleading religious groups.

00:34:22 Gives guidelines in discovering authentic movements.

00:39:17 Talks about remembering to compare scripture and tradition.

00:39:50 Sermon ends.

00:40:30 Spanish lessons.

01:15:42 Audio ends.


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