Monthly Archives: February 2008

The Lord’s Supper As a Revolutionary Act

How to Preach Real, Relevant, Relational and Revolutionary Sermons The Lord’s Supper  As a Revolutionary Act 1.        A revolutionary act is unexpected—a surprise.  It is the radical surprise.  The unexpected revelation of the obvious.  Something so ordinary, so taken … Continue reading

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A Preacher Should Preach

How to Preach Real, Relevant, Relational and Revolutionary Sermons A Preacher Should Preach Why are preachers so convinced that it would benefit anyone one for them to share how they feel?  What do I care how you feel.  If we … Continue reading

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The Evangelical Fallacy

How to Preach Real, Relevant, Relational and Revolutionary Sermons The Evangelical Fallacy These guiding principles of the Evangelical Hermeneutic stem from the original misspelled DNA of the cancer—the Evangelical Fallacy.  The Evangelical Fallacy is the bastardization of a logical equation … Continue reading

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The Evangelical Hermeneutic

How to Preach Real, Relevant, Relational and Revolutionary Sermons Chapter 7 The Evangelical Hermeneutic The Evangelical Hermeneutic is what keeps the Contemporary Christian Culture Cancer growing.  As insidious as an undiagnosed Leukemia, the Contemporary Christian unwittingly brings this disease to … Continue reading

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