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Lucidity...not style...

Lucidity becomes the lingua franca of preaching
and must become the measure of the sermon, not style.

Anyabwile, RtBC, 59

Preaching

Mind meets coal...

The expositor is the man who stands with a lump of coal in his hand,
hammering that dark resistant rock with the hammer of his mind…
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Dying an ignoble death...

Where the Bible is not believed, and where the preaching does not manifest a
belief in the Bible, the preaching itself dies an ignoble death.
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Gospel gossip...

We might say that a church that centers the Bible in its congregational
life will be filled with people who gossip the gospel.

Thabiti Anyabwile, RtBC, 30

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Fulcrum of Change...

Without question, the pulpit is the
fulcrum of change in the church.

Thatbiti Anyabwile, Reviving the Black Church, 11

Thabiti Anyabwile

Fulcrum of change...

Without question, the pulpit is the
fulcrum of change in the church.

Thatbiti Anyabwile, Reviving the Black Church, 11

Thabiti Anyabwile