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Committee of 20 Report (1 of 2 audiotapes)

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creator
Baptist State Convention of North Carolina
date
2020-03-25T14:54:18Z
2020-03-25T14:54:18Z
1969
2020-03-25 (issued)
description
A man recognizes laypeople and their work for the Convention. While pastors and missionaries are important to the Baptist faith, the speaker emphasizes the work of laymen in spreading the Word of God, serving in schools and hospitals, and contributing to committee work. Officer elections, including lay people, are held as nominations are made. Following the election, alcohol prohibition is discussed in terms of the Baptist faith, which opposes the sale of alcohol in North Carolina. Recommendations on supporting politicians with Baptist goals are made.
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
49:13 minutes
open reel audiotapes
Permalink
ms611_22_22
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/96728
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--Theology, practical
Christianity and politics--Baptists
Temperance and religion
Lay ministry--Baptists
title
Committee of 20 Report (1 of 2 audiotapes)
type
Sound

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