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[Class Lecture by Dr. Isaac R. Clark]

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Clark, Isaac R

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Dr. Isaac R. Clark delivers a lecture. In the lecture he introduces himself and discusses his schedule routine. Also included is a sermon from the book of St. John by an unidentified student.00:00:05 Audio begins with discussion of St. John. 00:01:59 Talks about decision making. 00:05:10 Talks about the extreme difficulty involved in the decision process. 00:11:30 Introduces three principles that can help in facing crisis, and to begin to live free in the kingdom of God. 00:12:02 Introduces book of St. John and its theme. 00:21:46 Music. 00:42:55 Dr. Isaac Clark talks about the harmony of understanding. 00:48:27 Talks about how it should not be necessary to document that a teacher is a crucial matter. 00:58:32 Talks about the format of personal and convictional data. 01:05:13 Talks about where he was born in New Castle, Pennsylvania. 01:08:13 Talks about convictional data. 01:14:45 Talks about the word of lost integrity being recovered. 01:24:25 Talks about schedule on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. 01:31:22 Talks about studying his schedule so class can understand his personal hang-ups. 01:32:34 Talks about insight into being. 01:34:53 Lecture ends. 01:34:56 Music plays. 01:38:46 Audio ends.Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection, Audio-Visual Recordings
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Sound
Created Date:
1970 01 01
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