Articles by Michael Glodo

In Defense of the Ass: Is the Sermon a "Relic of the Reformation?" [Part 2]

Article by   May 2015
For Paul, being trendy was a decidedly bad idea when it comes to preaching. He warned that people "will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own passions." (2 Tim 3) But the most compelling reason to resist the "relic hypothesis" is found in one of the most monumental treatments of preaching by Paul in 1 Corinthians 1. continue

In Defense of the Ass: Is the Sermon a "Relic of the Reformation?"

Article by   April 2015
Recently I was presented with a question about preaching. "Given that contemporary communication studies show that people learn better with a Q&A format, should we abandon the traditional form of the sermon?" The stated premise behind the question was that the sermon form as we know it is a "relic of the Reformation" for which there is no biblical sanction. continue
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