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Part 5 of series: Pride and the Power of the Pulpit Permalink for this post / Permalink for this series In my last post, I suggested what a person should do if his or her preacher fell prey to pulpit …Read More

Part 4 of series: Pride and the Power of the Pulpit Permalink for this post / Permalink for this series As I wrap up this series on Pride and the Power of the Pulpit, I want to speak practically to …Read More

Part 3 of series: Pride and the Power of the Pulpit Permalink for this post / Permalink for this series In my last post in this series I suggested that pride can lead preachers to be irresponsible in their communication. …Read More

In my first post in this series, I talked about the power of the pulpit. The preacher who stands in the pulpit (or, as is increasingly common today, on the stage) has been given an extraordinary amount of power. There …Read More

It seems like everybody’s talking about preaching these days. To be more specific, everybody’s talking about one particular preacher, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, whose fifteen minutes of fame derive both from his association with Barack Obama and from his tendency …Read More