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WHI-943 | Why Johnny Can't Preach

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Something is wrong with today's preaching. What is the problem, and how can one begin to identify the essential elements of a good sermon? On this edition of the White Horse Inn Michael Horton talks with T. David Gordon, professor of Religion and Greek at Grove City College, and author of Why Johnny Can't Preach: The Media Have Shaped The Messengers.

Something is wrong with today's preaching. What is the problem, and how can one begin to identify the essential elements of a good sermon? On this edition of the White Horse Inn Michael Horton talks with T. David Gordon, professor of Religion and Greek at Grove City College, and author of Why Johnny Can't Preach: The Media Have Shaped The Messengers.




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PROGRAM AUDIO

[audio:http://www.whitehorseinn.org/whiarchives/2009whi943may03.mp3|titles=WHI 943|artists=White Horse Inn]


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