Title

Thirkhold- Jones Lecture Series: Living to Excess

Authors

N. O. McPherson

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Collection

Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection

Document Type

Audio

Date Information

1964-03-05

Playing Time

00:36:42

Abstract

Dr. N. O. McPherson lectures on John Wesley. He discusses the demand of absolute loyalty to the Gospel message. Dr. McPherson also discusses Christian living through the ideas of perfection and Holiness.

File Name

auc.117.b27t08.19640305.aud0056

Comments

00:00:05 Dr. N. O. McPherson talks about how he is pleased to be in attendance and how he enjoys coming back to Atlanta.

00:00:57 Talks about how John Wesley was conscious of the demand of absolute loyalty to the gospel. Talks about the idea of perfection and scriptural holiness.

00:09:34 Talks about how all law has a tendency to lay a flat requirement on everybody by disregarding the differences in opportunities and circumstances.

00:18:07 Talks about the responsibility of religion including intelligence.

00:30:01 Talks about how unenforceable obligations are at the heart of Christian faith.

00:35:25 Talks about Phillips Rooks of the Boston area.

00:36:29 Concludes lecture.

Acknowledgements

The Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library acknowledges the generous support of the National Endowment for Humanities - Humanities Collections and Reference Resources Implementation Project Grant in supporting the processing and digitization of a number of its major archival collections as part of the project: Spreading the Word: Expanding Access to African American Religious Archival Collections at the Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library.

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