Religion in the News, April 14, 1968

Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection
Religion in the News, April 14, 1968
Religion in the News
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African Americans--Religion
Theology--Study and teaching
Theological seminaries
Lectures and lecturing
United States, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta, 33.749, -84.38798
Clarence Steger and Dr. Isaac R. Clark host Interdenominational Theological Center weekly broadcast program Religion in the News.
00:00:05 Clarence Steger introduces Religion in the News compiled and edited and recorded at the Interdenominational Theological Center., 00:00:14 Dr. Isaac R. Clark introduces himself and talks about how he and Clarence Steger are both bringing the listening audience current religious and social news from both near and far., 00:00:24 Clarence Steger talks about how Coretta Scott (Mrs. Martin Luther King Jr.), will take part in the poor peoples campaign in Washington., 00:01:38 Dr. Isaac R. Clark talks about poor peoples banquet to be held in Atlanta on Friday night at Wheat Street Baptist church sponsored by Metropolitan Atlanta Summit Leadership Congress., 00:05:19 Clarence Steger talks about legal requirements of alcohol prohibition in United Methodist church., 00:09:42 Clarence Steger talks about military crisis, the threat of civil war and the tragedy of the crucifixion., 00:11:10 Dr. Isaac Clark talks about the significance of the life, death and funeral of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., 00:13:26 Audio ends.
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