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For evangelicals (and protestants in general), preaching is a core part of what we understand the gathered church to be. And because of that, there are many strong opinions about what a sermon should look like, how it should be preached, and what qualifies a preacher.
So in this episode, we explore what we think makes a good sermon.
Recently, one prominent preacher was recently accused of plagiarizing another prominent preacher within the same denomination. While the two both confirmed that the material was used with permission, the borrowing preacher didn’t give attribution in his delivering of the sermon. Is that okay?
In our discussion, we also explore topics of whether churches should preach topically or verse-by-verse, and what followers of Jesus do when they’re being subjected to a sermon they disagree with––or they just think is boring and irrelevant.
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