September 3, 2014
On “getting the young people”

I’ve spent the last few evenings browsing through J. M. McCaleb’s Once Traveled Roads (Nashville: Gospel Advocate Co., 1934).

John Moody McCaleb (1862–1953), from Hickman County, Tenn., entered College of the Bible in Lexington, Ky., in 1888. Among tales of how he met his wife and reminiscences of the faculty, which in those days included J. W. McGarvey, I. B. Grubbs, and others, Once Traveled…

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August 11, 2014
Dirty coffee cup, great book. (at Dose Coffee and Tea)

Dirty coffee cup, great book. (at Dose Coffee and Tea)

June 24, 2014
Irven Lee shrine, Athens Bible School. (at Athens Bible School)

Irven Lee shrine, Athens Bible School. (at Athens Bible School)

June 13, 2014
N. B. Hardeman, October 19, 1938.  (at Dose Coffee and Tea)

N. B. Hardeman, October 19, 1938. (at Dose Coffee and Tea)

May 22, 2014
N. B. Hardeman, October 16, 1938.

N. B. Hardeman, October 16, 1938.

May 20, 2014
Housekeeping

A momentary break from historical posts for a bit of news.

1. In July, at the annual Lipscomb lectures, I will join John Mark Hicks, Jeremy Sweets, and Mac Ice for a second round of presentations and discussion about the history of the churches of Christ in Nashville. Last year’s presentations were well received (you can find mine here) and we look forward to a good session again this time…

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May 19, 2014
This one taken from the (empty) baptistery.

This one taken from the (empty) baptistery.

May 19, 2014
One more, from the balcony.

One more, from the balcony.

May 19, 2014
Balcony. At capacity this building seated about 500.

Balcony. At capacity this building seated about 500.

May 19, 2014
Baptistery mural.

Baptistery mural.

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