When Preaching to Humans, In Other Words

“In preaching to children, and to the great mass of adults, illustration is simply indispensable . . . The example of our Lord decides the whole question” (Broadus, Preparation and Delivery, p. 216).

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  1. Of course this is true.  That’s why I don’t criticize much of the imagery of Rome.  It is the use of it for purposes of worship rather than instruction that remain a problem.

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