What is Our Religion Doing and The Best In Us by Dr. H. E. Fosdick, May 25, 1941

Collection:
Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection
Title:
What is Our Religion Doing and The Best In Us by Dr. H. E. Fosdick, May 25, 1941
Side 1-Fosdick, H. E. Dr., What is Religion Doing; Side 2-Getting Out of us the Best Thats in Us [06/01/1941]
Date of Original:
1941-05-25
Subject:
African Americans--Religion
Education--Religion
Theology--Study and teaching
Theological seminaries
Sermons
Location:
United States, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta, 33.749, -84.38798
Medium:
audiotapes
Type:
Sound
Format:
audio/mpeg
Description:
Dr. Harry Emerson Fosdick, pastor of Riverside church in New York City, delivers sermons on religion and character and the best inside the individual. In the sermons Dr. Emerson discusses what religion is doing to ones character and the importance of the individuals being themselves.
00:00:05 Dr. H.E. Fosdick prays, 00:08:17 Talks about how he addressed the American college in Beirut, Syria. Talks about Muslim student who thought he was coming to attack his religion, 00:10:54 Talks about the question of what our religion is doing to our character. Talks about the harm religion can do and how it can build character, 00:16:11 Talks about Oliver Wendell Holmes, 00:22:37 Talks about consequences of individuals and in whole generations far from promoting good character can provide trivial substitutes for good character, 00:34:12 Talks about the sovereignty of God, 00:43:15 Talks about how deplorable consequences in character can come from religion, 00:44:15 Ends sermon, 00:44:29 Prayer, 00:52:02 Talks about how many people wish they could possess themselves with qualities they lack and asks where are these goods to be obtained, 00:58:00 Talks about great day in a mans life when he stops trying to be someone, else., 01:07:08 Talks about asking leading questions about forces and influences that help a man get the best out of himself. Could it be a vital religious faith?, 01:16:24 Talks about emotional extremism and sudden conversion. Some people will never change unless they are instantaneous reoriented., 01:22:33 Talks about young womans broken hearted story., 01:26:14 Audio Ends.
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Metadata URL:
http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12322/auc.117:0085
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Extent:
01:26:14
Original Collection:
Isaac R. Clark Memorial Collection
Holding Institution:
Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library
Rights:
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