S. P. Pittman on Lipscomb University in 1918

January 6, 2012

Samuel Parker Pitmann (1876-1965), a graduate who joined the faculty of the Nashville Bible School (now Lipscomb University) in 1897, enjoyed a unique position to assess the values and interests of its founding fathers. He called James A. Harding his “father in the gospel” who taught him “the true philosophy of life” based on Matthew […]

Means of Grace: Scripture, Prayer and Fellowship

April 14, 2008

During July 2007 I presented three lessons in the summer series at Brentwood Hills Church of Christ near Nashville, Tennessee. They asked me to present some material from Kingdom Come: Embracing the Spiritual Legacy of David Lipscomb and James Harding which I co-authored with my good friend Bobby Valentine. Bobby and I presented the material […]

Classes, Classes, and more Classes

May 19, 2005

I appreciate Ken’s comment on my previous post. I will post as often as I can and when I have something of weight to say. Of course, what is “weighty” for one person is “shallow” to another. I hope to post some reflections on the “Critical Concern” course I took with John Franke at the […]