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Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Collection 199 Records of Whosoever Heareth, Inc.

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Identifier: CN-199
Scope and Contents Audio tapes of sermons, clippings, correspondence, legal documents, New Testaments and financial records.

Half the records deal with various aspects of the use of and supplementary materials to the SOUL WINNER'S NEW TESTAMENT, including publicity, distribution, testimonials from users and other related topics. Topics covered in the sermons by Brannon and his wife include visitation evangelism, the Holy Spirit, the Apostle Paul and Jesus Christ.

Collection 294 Records of the Hour of Freedom Radio Program

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Identifier: CN-294
Scope and Contents Recordings of weekly radio program, each a half-hour in length, largely featuring Howard O. Jones.

Subjects covered include Christmas, church, forgiveness, God, Holy Spirit, Jesus Christ, love, resurrection, salvation, sin, social service, religion and sports, and truth.

Collection 457 Ephemera of Evangelistic Sermons

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Identifier: CN-457
Scope and Contents Videotapes and one film of evangelistic sermons.

Sermon topics include salvation, conversion, grace, miracles, jealousy, faith, sanctification, honor, sin and prayer. Speakers featured include Stuart Briscoe, Jerry Falwell, Ravi Zacharias, D. James Kennedy, Larry Lea, Kenneth Hagin, Bob Mumford, Kenneth Copeland, Robert Schuller, Bruce Larson, Jay Strack, Charles Stanley, Kay Arthur, and Josh McDowell.

Collection 579 Records of the Asia-South Pacific Congress on Evangelism

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Identifier: CN-579
Scope and Contents Audio and paper copies of speeches, and newspaper coverage of the congress.

Collection 702 Ephemera of E. J. Pace

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Identifier: CN-702
Scope and Contents Copies of hundreds of E. J. Pace's cartoons, which applied a Protestant Fundamentalist theology to living the Christian life, the nature of God, and moral issues in the first half of the twentieth century in the United States. The collection consists mainly of lantern slides meant to be used in conjunction with prepared sermons, but there are also tracts and cartoons.Arrangement: The paper records are arranged alphabetically by folder title; the lantern...