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The Rev. Dr. Steve A. Martin

The Rev. Dr. Steve A. ("Sam") Martin is chair of the board of the Presbyterian Church Foundation, and a principal in the consulting firm Martin/Frankel in Winston-Salem, NC.

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The Rev. Dr. Steve A. ("Sam") Martin is chair of the board of the Presbyterian Church Foundation, and a principal in the consulting firm Martin/Frankel in Winston-Salem, NC. An ordained Presbyterian minister, he is also a trustee of the Alliance for Christian Media.

He is sought as speaker and facilitator, seminar leader, and consultant to senior management on strategy, team effectiveness, career development and corporate ethics.

He formerly served as head of the Governmental Services Institute at Louisiana State University, and as Professor and Vice President of Union Theological Seminary, Richmond, Virginia.

He holds degrees from Rhodes College, Union Theological Seminary and Louisiana State University.


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The Rev. Dr. Steve A. Martin - Day1 Podcast Extra

The Rev. Dr. Steve A. Martin (PCUSA)

In this podcast extra, the Rev. Dr. Steve Martin, chair of the board of the Presbyterian Church Foundation, and a principal in the consulting firm Martin/Frankel in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, shares his personal insights and experiences of preaching.

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The Rev. Dr. Steve A. Martin

Singing the Lord's Song in a Strange Land

Psalm 137

Proper 15 - Year B

August 20, 2006

The Rev. Dr. Steve A. Martin (PCUSA)

Those who arranged the Bible into one volume did so in roughly chronological order, but that is not the order in which they were written, transferred from oral tradition to manuscript. Scholars can tell the difference in the age of text from the vocabulary in the same way we would know that the King James Version of the Bible represents an earlier century than the Revised Standard or the New Revised Standard Version. By such an analysis, we can make a strong case that the first books to be written down are the Psalms and the section called the wisdom literature - Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon, Job.

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