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Freed-Hardeman Lectures Begin Today

The annual Bible Lectureship at Freed-Hardeman University begins today. As we have done in the past we will be blogging daily on the lessons and events on campus. Open Forum is typically the most curious event on campus. Dr. Ralph Gilmore will be at the podium again this year.

The lectureship focus this year will be on the Minor Prophets, those dozen books in the back of the Old Testament that almost no one studies anymore. Hopefully the lectures will bring a renewed sense of importance to the books which are far from being minor. I look forward to spending the week with my dear friend Clark Sims who preaches for the Cottondale Church of Christ in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Although we speak often on the phone its always good to be with him and enjoy his friendship and brotherhood.

And yes, it is supposed to snow.


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