Duncan, Homer 2003-04-10

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Homer Duncan speaks about his past and present occupation as a preacher. He relates stories that lead up to his current success as a preacher.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Homer Duncan

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Date: April 10, 2003

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Seth Green

Length: 00:53:49


Background; Religious training; Baptized in Amarillo; Attended Texas Tech University; Preaching around the world; Experiences of preaching around Texas; Having meals with friends and enemies; Preaching at the jail; Youngest preacher of all; His marriage and how he met his wife; Courtship; Getting married; Having children and grandchildren; Lubbock Bible Church established 1949; Others giving their lives to God during the Vietnam War; Turning point in life; Before belief in God; Began to pray and “nothing happened”; Cooperation and battle between churches; Errors in translations, and conflict; Ecumenist movement; Defined; “That you may be one”; Bases of love; Every religion wears their own “glasses”; In Lubbock: conservative or liberal; Headed for judgment in America; Past fifty years in Lubbock, Texas; Churches closer or further apart in terms of doctrine; Church of Christ members; Change in reaction to different religions; Tolerance now and then; Southern Baptist is the fastest growing religion; Missionary crusader; Seminary; Support to start missionary crusader; Advantage of good literature; Ask God and tell the people; Received gifts from $1,000 to $26,000; Roman 6, 7, and 8 are his favorite chapters; “Live his life through us”; “Let him do it”.

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