A carved hardwood likeness of John Chrystotom, known as John of Antioch, looks out from the new pulpit of Divinity Chapel at Samford. One of four famous preachers depicted on the pulpit, Chrystotom (347-407 A.D.) was known for his oratory and his sermons on the Book of Acts, the only surviving commentary on that book from the first thousand years of Christianity. Also depicted on the pulpit: Jan Hus, John Knox and George Whitefield.
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Spring 2002
Vol. 19, No. 1

Seasons Staff

William Nunnelley
Mary Wimberley
Associate Editor
Jack Brymer
Contributing Writer
Sean Flynt
Contributing Writer
Scott Camp
Multimedia Graphic Designer
Donna Fitch
Web Designer & Editor
Janica York
Editorial Assistant
Caroline Baird Summers

Samford University Alumni Association Officers 2002-03

Bennie Bumpers '63
Sonya Bumpers '63

Tom Armstrong '73
Vice President

Brooke Dill Stewart '95

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