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Sep  2016 21
Dr. Bernard Brandon Scott offers the homily during regular weekly chapel based on Mark 8: 27-33, asking the same old question, Who do you say I am? Scott is the Darbeth Distinguished Professor of New Testament Emeritus at Phillips.
Nov  2012 29
The following reflection was offered on November 28, 2012, in the Meinders Chapel at PTS.
Apr  2012 11
The following homily was offered by Dr. Brandon Scott on April 10, 2012, in the Meinders Chapel at PTS.
Sep  2011 20
Meinders Chapel recording from September 20, 2011. The speaker is Dr. Brandon Scott. The response is from Phillippians 2: 1-13.
Feb  2011 25
Meinders Chapel recording from February 22, 2011. The speaker is Brandon Scott. The Biblical texts to which this reflection is a response are Matthew 6:9-12 and Luke 11:2-4.
Sep  2010 28
Meinders Chapel recording from September 23, 2010. The speaker is Brandon Scott. The biblical to which this reflection is a response is Luke 16:19-31. Accompanying Power Point presentation can be found at www.ptstulsa.edu/userPDFs/LazarusParable.ppt.
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