Apr 25, 2020
Examine the role of religion and religious activity during times
of crisis through a series of historical case studies. Join
Dr. Jeff Sikkenga of
Ashland University and Executive Director of the Ashbrook Center as
he discusses these topics with Professor Melissa M. Matthes of the
United States Coast Guard Academy.
This special program, the last in our "Insights from History"
series, aired at 1pm ET on Wednesday, 29 April.
- The Babylonian Exile and
the Love of God, Pastor Hideo Hashimoto, February, 1942
- "We All Killed
Kennedy," Reverend William Holmes, 24 November 1963
- Letter from Thomas Merton
to Coretta Scott King After Martin Luther King, Jr's
Assassination, 5 April 1968
- When a Community Weeps: Case Studies in Group
Survivorship Ellen Zinner and Mary Beth Williams
- Preaching With Sacred Fire: An Anthology of African
American Sermons 1750 - to the Present, ed. Martha Simmons
and Frank A Thomas
- Lament for a Son Nicholas Wolterstorff
- Collected Sermons of William Sloan Coffin: The Riverside
Years, vol. I and II
- A Tribute: Classic Sermons of
Billy Graham, ed. Patrick Doucette
- A Knock at Midnight: Inspiration from the Great Sermons
of Martin Luther King, Jr. ed. Clayborne Carson.
- Glorious Women: Award Winning Sermons about
Women Dorothy Emerson and Bonnie Smith
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