Jeremy Sweets reflects on our sessions at Lipscomb in early July
I do not write as regularly as I would like on this blog, but I have determined that that is the way that it is going to be until I become independently wealthy and quit my regular job. I’m still waiting for a benefactor who wants to support my desire to study all day.
This is a little late, but I was able to speak at Lipscomb’s Summer Celebration at the beginning of July. This was actually the first time that I had been to Summer Celebration, and I was able to hear a couple of other lectures on church history involving British Churches of Christ and E. A. Elam. I wish I could have heard more, and maybe I will in the future.
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