Founder's Day Address
Interdenominational Theological Center Audio Visual Collection
This audio recording contains a sermon delivered by Bishop E. P. Murchison in honor of Founder’s Day. Bishop Murchison begins by sharing the history of The Interdenominational Theological Center including the date of founding and the founders. He then begins discussing the renewed emphasis of freedom. He calls freedom “indescribable” and says, “You can’t define freedom any more than you can define love or any other spiritual basic idea of life.” Bishop Murchison believes freedom is individual and in order to remain balanced we have to share our freedom. He also describes the most dangerous person in the world as a person who is free without control or discipline.
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Murchison, E. P., "Founder's Day Address" (1965). Interdenominational Theological Center Audio Visual Collection, Audio Recordings. Recording 38.