The Fall Of Man, n.d. (PDF) by Myron H. Bond 3 page tract. "This tract is the beginning of a series to be issued monthly, in which the religious and social problems of the day will be briefly criticised [sic] and discussed."
Farview Heights Series [Audio Sermon 1], 1971 (mp3) by Arthur A. Oakman 45 minute sermon by Arthur Oakman. He states, "The work of delivery the people of God from bondage and planting them in Zion requires that they have some knowledge of the Divine purpose. That we come to know that the whole of life is purposeless and that nothing ever walks with aimless feet as the poet has said. We live in a day of course when we're blessed by and cursed by the spirit of science. One of the great tragedies of our age is that its chief glory is also its main stumbling block. We have come to believe that nothing that we can imagine can be restrained from us. And as the spirit of inquiry and research goes on and on and on and mankind's more and more about the universe around him, he brings back to us marvelous things. And as he is learning more about the world of course he is learning more about God. But even this glory of ours is our chief stumbling block as I said because it is assumed by so many that the scientific approach to reality is the only valid way that the universe could reveal its' secrets to us."
Farview Heights Series [Audio Sermon 2], 1971 (mp3) by Arthur A. Oakman 44 minute sermon by Arthur Oakman. Brother Oakman states, "We're told in modern day revelation that one of the functions of the restoration is that every man might speak in the name of God the Lord, even the Savior of the world. Have you ever thought about that? That every man might speak in the name of God the Lord, even the Savior of the world. In order that faith might increase in the earth, that mine everlasting covenant might be established, and that my gospel might be preached, that the fullness of my gospel might be preached in all the world by the weak and the simple unto the ends of the world, and before kings and rulers. Can you speak in the name of God the Lord?"
Free Moral Will Or Agency [Hear Ye Him Radio Sermon #7], 1953 (mp3) by Evan A. Fry see also Hear Ye Him Radio Series 16 minute radio sermon in the Hear Ye Him radio series of the RLDS Church. Given on February 15, 1953 at 8:30 a.m. on KMBC and KFRM radio in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. "Agency requires at least four factors before it can be truly called agency. First, there must be two or more alternatives between which a choice can be made. Second, there must be a knowledge of which alternative is right and which is wrong, or which is better and which is best. Third, agency requires freedom of choice. If there are two or more alternatives, but you are forced or coerced into making one, and forbidden to make any other, there is no agency, and no real choice. And fourth, agency requires accountability. Somewhere, somehow, sometime, the consequences of choice, its rewards or punishments, must be given to those who choose; there must be a judgment and an accounting."