How to Listen to a Bad Sermon

J. Ligon Duncan delivered two excellent messages at Second Presbyterian Church in Greenville, South Carolina. Ligon challenges us to consider how the individualism, consumerism and relativism of our times have deadened our ability to delve deep into the Scriptures and to live Biblically. He cites how the people of Puritan days would listen to 2 to 3 hour long sermons, because for them Scripture meant something serious given that the smell of burning flesh of that era was present with the persecution of Christians.

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2 thoughts on “How to Listen to a Bad Sermon

  1. Thanks for these links. But the second one isn’t working (How to Listen to a Bad Sermon).

    Thanks also for the site. I subscribe and really appreciate your service to us all! You must do a lot of digging to find some of what you find. It’s always good stuff. Thanks for trying to edify us out here!

    Blessings,
    Scott W. Kay

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