[Lecture by Dr. Isaac R. Clark and Student Sermons]


Isaac R. Clark

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Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection

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circa 1965

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Dr. Isaac R. Clark conducts a question and answers session with a student over the meaning of transition and gives a lecture on ministers. Students present sermons. An unidentified man gives a presentation where he mentions the CME church.

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00:00:11 Unidentified man reads scripture.

00:01:27 Dr. Isaac Clark talks about what is meant by transitions in general and what is meant by rest stop type transitions. Asks a student for definitions of transitions.

00:05:34 Dr. Clark asks a student for an instance in using a station indicator and asks about rest stop indicators.

00:09:49 A student talks about major breaks in parts of the sermon body.

00:14:59 Dr. Clark talks about three kinds of abdication.

00:20:30 A student answers the question from Dr. Clark regarding the application to give first aid to a problem that is discovered.

00:29:13 Unidentified man speaks over static. Talks about CME meeting on Charlotte’s place.

00:48:29 Talks about Walter D. Wagner’s book, Bachelor of Divinity.

01:01:01 A student gives a sermon from gospel of St. Luke 8:22-25.

01:04:42 Introduces subject, “Utilizing the Real Source of Power.”

01:12:54 States the first thing that the text suggests is to recognize the presence of someone who is capable of helping by means of awakening the soul.

01:22:17 Talks about the calming of tensions and frustrations, relying on God’s ability to conquer the storm.

01:32:18 Dr. Isaac Clark talks about angels and the consideration given to it in the history of Christianity by theologians.

01:37:19 Talks about the term minister and it having the meaning of one who carries out the will of others.

01:42:32 Talks about reasons for being ordained.

01:49:18 Conversation between unidentified man and Dr. Clark.

02:03:37 Audio ends.


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