Jerry Vines Shekinah Glory and Susan Shaw's long game

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Jerry Vines Shekinah Glory and Susan Shaw's long game

Postby Stephen Fox » Mon Jul 01, 2019 5:11 pm

https://baptistnews.com/article/to-resi ... RqEL2cQU6Y

In the history of Baptist Sermons and Prophetic Witness it is ironic that both Jerry Vines and Susan Shaw have roots in the West Rome Baptist Church. Vines was two times pastor there and hosted Adrian Rogers in 81 as the takeover was catching fire. Adrian preached his Tower of Babel of Sermon and West Rome taped it and widely disseminated.

My Dad voted against Vines at every turn but did give him credit for his Shekinah Glory Sermon, the one he was known for like RG Lee Pay Day Someday.

Shaw is in the Marney Tradition.
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Re: Jerry Vines Shekinah Glory and Susan Shaw's long game

Postby Rvaughn » Tue Jul 02, 2019 3:38 pm

What is Shaw's connection to West Rome BC? I didn't notice any mention of it in the link.
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ED Young's tweak on Ecstasy

Postby Stephen Fox » Mon Aug 19, 2019 4:03 pm

Gia has a new book Trick Mirror which includes this essay

https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019 ... in-houston

And timely near the 50th anniversary of Woodstock as Harold Bloom said Woodstock was a twist on the Cane Ridge Revivals. A friend and I tried to make cinema history on the theme with a scene at the Atlanta Pop festival of July 5, 1969 with Janis Joplin, a month and change before Woodstock.

Gia said her cheerleader outfits at 2nd Houston were skimpy. Whether that me too's Ed Young and Jim Deloach, I doubt it. Needless to say The Fellowship of Excitement takes on New ambience with this essay and two hours of interviews on NPR, most recently On Point
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