Albert D. Mosley - "Citizens of a Different Nation" (September 23, 2001)
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- Albert D. Mosley - "Citizens of a Different Nation" (September 23, 2001)
Sermon start time: 02:22. Sermon end time: 19:18.
In the wake of 9/11, Mosley calls for the congregation to rise above the disaster and strive for peace and forgiveness because Christians are meant to be resilient, trust in God, and forgive. (Abstract created by Duke Divinity School staff.)
Key quotation: "We, as Christians, are citizens of a different nation. Physically and geographically we are located in the here and now. But mentally and spiritually, we are called to be citizens of a different nation. We are called to be citizens of a nation where our response to an attack like the one on September 11 does not resemble the response of those who perpetrated this gruesome act.
- September 23, 2001
- Mosley, Albert D.
- Duke University. Chapel
- UA.17.01.0003 CS-1086
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