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Bible Lectureships

Freed-Hardeman Lectureship, Day Three

by Bryant Evans on February 6, 2013

Overcast skies marked the beginning of the Tuesday session of the Freed-Hardeman Lectureship in Henderson, Tennessee. Although weather predictions have been favorable it was easy to glance at the gray skies and wonder if snow and ice would soon come. They did not. The clouds broke and a beautiful day reigned. Winford Claiborne or the […]

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Freed-Hardeman Lectureship, Day Two

by Bryant Evans on February 5, 2013

Monday was the first full day at the lectures and attendees continued to arrive. Weather forecasts were surprisingly good and no doubt some felt better about making the drive. James Gardner, an FHU faculty member and graduate of both Harvard and Yale Law School offered the morning lecture which was an overview of Joshua from […]

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Freed-Hardeman Lectureship, Day One

by Bryant Evans on February 4, 2013

The Freed-Hardeman Lectureship began last night in Henderson, Tennessee. The 77th annual event is centered on a study of Joshua and Judges which are histories of the first days of the Israelite venture into the promised land. Keith Moser Jr. led the assembly in congregational singing which was superb. Moser has a powerful tenor voice […]

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Freed-Hardeman Lectures Begin Today

by Bryant Evans on February 3, 2013

The Freed-Hardeman Lectures begin today in Henderson, Tennessee. This is the 77th annual lectureship sponsored by the school. The theme for 2013 is We Will Serve the Lord:Conquest and Deliverance in Joshua to Ruth. Each year, for the past several years, the school focuses on one section of Scripture for the lectureship theme. Other topics are discussed as well but […]

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Freed-Hardeman Lectures 2011: Day Three

by Bryant Evans on February 9, 2011

The snow won the day at Freed-Hardeman. The threat of snow evidently frightened many away as the numbers were probably halved by Open Forum time. Cold weather and snow are to be expected at the lectureship but perhaps some thought better of staying around. Dr. James Gardner continued his discussion of God’s judgments in the […]

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