A collection of sermons by Milo Rediger
Dr. Milo A. Rediger was Taylor through and through. He graduated from Taylor in 1939 and, after obtaining both Master’s and Doctorate degrees, returned as the Dean of the University and, eventually, president. As scholar, teacher, mentor and administrator, he advanced the growth and welfare of the University through more than four decades of devoted service.
He served as an excellent role model for the Taylor community by dedicating himself to his family, Grant County, and, most importantly, to Jesus Christ. He was constantly striving for mature faith through study and preaching, and his strong belief in personal salvation was clear.
In 1988, Rediger was laid to rest in Jefferson Cemetery near Upland. One look at his legacy and it’s clear he embodied the Taylor mission and gave his life completely to the Lord.
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A Biblical Perspective on the Role of Women in the Church, Milo A. Rediger
Deuteronomy, Milo A. Rediger
Exodus (1st lecture): Review of Joseph and Introduction to Exodus, Milo A. Rediger
Exodus (3rd lecture): Plagues, Milo A. Rediger
Exodus (4th lecture): Passover, Milo A. Rediger