[The Role of Gammon Theological Seminary] (audio)

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Gammon Theological Seminary Centennial Convocation. Worship service. Sermon, Rev. Bobby McClain. Tape 1 of 11


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This audio features a sermon on the function of the Gammon Theological Seminary. The sermon discusses the responsibility of Gammon as an institution. Following the sermon remarks concerning the Society for the Study of Black Religion are given. This audio also includes two musical selections following the sermon.

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00:00:09 Audio begins with an unidentified man talking about a blind man being brought before the Pharisees and Jesus.

00:03:39 Prayer.

00:09:16 Talks about the hope of Gammon Theological Seminary.

00:19:17 Talks about the function of Gammon and girding its participants with truth.

00:31:12 Talks about how Gammon has the responsibility in helping all to see that Grace is not cheap.

00:32:59 Sermon concludes.

00:33:03 Musical Selection.

00:39:09 Unidentified man gives remarks on theological education and the Society for the Study of Black Religion.

00:45:45 Audio ends.


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