Published on March 18, 2019  

"I think history is a source of just learning not facts and dates but learning about who we are, who we were and who we are, and how who we were helped make us who we are."

Chapters

Introduction: Tradition and Community

Jonathan Lawson and Shae Corey introduce their project, examining the differences and similarities in Matthew Mason's, a protestant pastor, and Elisabeth Meadows's, a Catholic nun, views on faith and history.
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Community

Jonathan Lawson and Shae Corey compare Matt Mason's and Elisabeth Meadows's convictions about the importance of community in faith.
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The Endurance and Revival of Tradition

Jonathan Lawson and Shae Corey examine Elisabeth Meadows's and Matthew Mason's views on Christian tradition and history.
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Common Ground in History

Jonathan Lawson and Shae Corey conclude by discussing the common ground in Matthew Mason and Elisabeth Meadows's views: the importance of Christian history in faith.
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Transcript

Audio Information
InterviewerShae Corey and Jonathan Lawson
IntervieweeElisabeth Meadows and Matthew Mason
RepositorySamford University Oral History Collection
AccessionSUHist/STORI/012