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Convention Sermon

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Item Details

creator
Lolley, W. Randall
date
2020-03-25T14:53:36Z
2020-03-25T14:53:36Z
1968
2020-03-25 (issued)
description
Sermon given by a man regarding the institution of the church and the value of tomorrow. The presence of God speaks in spite of everything. Reflects on the days passed in terms of history, heritage, and perspective, but these days cede to the importance of tomorrow. References a Convention with the intention to spark a dialogue. The change from association to Convention marks the Baptist faith. States that the Christian faith cannot be institutionalized but the faith may contain institutions. Should faith become institutionalized, the institutions will become more important than the people, which risks the entire mission of the church.
This project was supported by a Recordings at Risk grant from the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). The grant program is made possible by funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
format
audio/mp3
37:14 minutes
open reel audiotapes
Permalink
ms611_21_32
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/96697
language
English
relation
Special Collections & Archives
Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Wake Forest University
Baptist State Convention of North Carolina Reel-to-Reel Tapes Collection (MS611)
rights
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subject
Baptist State Convention of North Carolina
Baptists--North Carolina
Baptists--Sermons
Faith--Religious aspects--Baptists
Christian leadership--Baptists
title
Convention Sermon
type
Sound

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