[Student Sermon and Dr. Clark’s Audio Tests]


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Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection

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circa 1970

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An unidentified man delivers a brief sermon titled “Living with Ones Choice”, where he discusses the difficulty in deciding who to follow. Also Dr. Isaac R. Clark along with other unidentified men conducts audio sound checks.

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00:00:08 Audio begins with unidentified man talking about Joshua’s farewell address to the children of Israel.

00:02:19 Introduces Joshua 24:15.

00:02:57 Introduces sermon: Living with Ones Choice.

00:08:58 Talks about lip service and the course of action.

00:09:45 Sermon ends.

00:09:49 Unidentified man talks about deciding on who is the right person to follow.

00:12:26 Talks about clowns building up successful character image.

00:13:40 Audio cuts off.

00:13:41 Audio repeats discussion about deciding on who is the right person to follow.

00:20:51 Dr. Isaac R. Clark talks about machine audio.

00:21:22 Audio cuts off.

00:21:50 Audio returns with conversation about audio.

00:23:12 Dr. Isaac R. Clark discusses recording.

00:23:36 Music.

00:26:16 Unidentified man gives microphone check.

00:26:48 Music.

00:28:30 Unidentified man talks about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

00:29:39 Music.

00:34:51 Audio ends.


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