[Phenomenon of the New Testament World] (audio)

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Opening Banquet, Fountain Bay Club, New Orleans, LA. Major J. Jones, speaker. Discussion following


Boykin Sanders

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Society for the Study of Black Religion Collection

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This recording features a presentation by Boykin Sanders on the phenomenon of the New Testament world, explaining how they may parallel to the Black crisis. The audio also includes a discussion on the revelation of God and the concept of story, possibly by Major J. Jones. The health of Benjamin E. Mays and Society of the Study of Black Religion administrative issues are also discussed.

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00:00:07 Audio begins with an unidentified man talking about the election of Jimmy Carter to the presidency of the United States.

00:05:14 Larry Murphy discusses Benjamin E. Mays illness and other society administrative business.

00:14:33 Moment of silence and prayer.

00:16:48 Unidentified man discusses the revelation of God and the concept of story.

00:22:44 Dr. Boykin Sanders introduces the discussion topic of phenomenon in the New Testament world and how they may parallel the current Black crisis.

00:31:59 Question and answer session.

00:52:03 Audio ends.


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