Item Aud. 24 - TWU Fall Banquet: Chuck Colson - October 30

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TWU Fall Banquet: Chuck Colson - October 30

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CA TWU Coll. 02-01-Aud. 24

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  • ca. 1987 (Creation)

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  • 1 audio cassette
  • 1 sound recording (mp3)
  • audio 24a 29.1 MB (42 minutes)

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(1982 -)

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Audio 24a consists of the following recording:
Title: Chuck Colson – “God Demands Our Obedience”
Chuck Colson, a Christian leader, cultural commentator, and author who served as Special Counsel for President Richard Nixon from 1969 to 1973, speaks at the Pan Pacific Hotel in Vancouver during Trinity's Fall Banquet. He opens with a joke about being tape-recorded - referring to Watergate. He also tells several humorous anecdotes. He poses the question, “What can a fellow believe in now?” Colson discusses the breakdown of government and loss of trust in society. He discusses how modern society lives as if God is dead. Colson examines what it means to be a Christian in a religious sense and not merely a situational or cultural sense. The Church must stand on truth, on Scripture. Colson also examines the Trinity Western Statement of Purpose and the importance of the mission to create leaders who think as Christians constantly. He discusses how God has not used his triumphs, but the great defeat of his life - going to prison - to impact others. Colson argues that it is not what we do, but what God chooses to do through us, and our obedience to Him. He then examines what it means to love God. Finally, Colson calls out to the people not to simply sit smugly and be saved, but to go out and live as members of the Church of Christ in the middle of the decaying Kingdom of the world. President Snider thanks Colson for coming and makes a few closing remarks.
Notes provided by BF, student assistant, 2010/2011

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B 4 S 1 Box 01

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Aud 26a and b appears to be a duplicate of Aud 24a

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Digitization Note: All files recorded from a Califone 2455AV, captured by ScenalyzerLive 4.0 and edited with Audacity 1.2.6. Recorded at 44.1kHz @ 16-bit resolution via Canopus ADVC110, in .wav format by Aaron Martens, TWU AV Asst, between May 2007 and June 2009.

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AV Assistant's digitization notes: Aud 24a side B empty, not saved, no cuts made

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Student Assistant’s note: Converted from .wav to .mp3 and/or amplified using Dexster v3.2 Copyright Softdiv Software Sdn Bhd; attributes MP3 CBR; 48kHz 320 Kbps; Channel: stereo – between September 2010 and April 2011

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In June 2012 librarian DD resized all audio files using the program Amadeus Pro; he ran a batch conversion of the files, changing them from MP3 files at a bit rate of 320kbps to MP3 files at a bit rate of 96kbps at 24kHz

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This copy is to be used solely for the purpose of research or private study; any use of the copy for a purpose other than research or private study may require the authorization of the copyright owner of the work in question

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March 17, 2005<br/>October 25, 2012<br/>Thursday, October 18, 2012 2:49:35 PM by SylviaS<br/>Saturday, December 18, 2010 2:56:15 PM by sylvias<br/>Wednesday, December 08, 2010 2:43:14 PM by SylviaS<br/>Friday, November 26, 2010 2:55:22 PM by sylvias<br/>Friday, November 26, 2010 2:39:21 PM by sylvias<br/>Friday, November 26, 2010 2:35:12 PM by sylvias<br/>Saturday, November 20, 2010 4:39:27 PM by sylvias<br/>Saturday, November 20, 2010 2:35:28 PM by sylvias<br/>Friday, March 03, 2006 10:20:59 AM by SylviaS<br/>Saturday, November 19, 2005 2:55:16 PM by SylviaS<br/>Thursday, April 07, 2005 10:52:19 AM by M. Kelly<br/>Thursday, March 17, 2005 12:27:02 PM by M. Kelly<br/>2005 M. Kelly

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