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What Your Pastor’s Pulpit Says About His Theology

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Show us a pulpit, and you’ve shown us everything we need to know about its pastor. In fact, our panel of theology experts on staff at The Babylon Bee have the God-given ability to judge with 99.97% accuracy the theology of a church just based on its pulpit. It’s quite a talent, and we’re pretty […]

 

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theophilus

This guide wouldn't work at my church. The pastor sometimes uses a music stand and sometimes preaches without any pulpit at all, but his preaching is biblicaly sound.

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atpollard

I think they just sent us all to a Roman Catholic Cathedral? :RpS_scared:

 

 

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Eric T.
I think they just sent us all to a Roman Catholic Cathedral?

Were you referring to the "bow of a ship" pulpit? I thought they were referring to the one from the beginning of Moby Dick. I love that one.

The Babylon Bee is pretty funny, but there might be something to this one.

 

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Eric T.

I think this is the scene. I had forgotten it was Orson Welles!

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Sue D.

My pastor uses a variety of things to preach from -- and often times he only refers to his notes occasionally. He also has a degree in O.T. history and has served as a missionary and goes on mission trips with others of the congregation. He has No problem teaching Bible. A very sound preacher / teacher.

 

The Babylon Bee is interesting at times. I'm thinking that's the publication that's known for it's satire / sarcasm.

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Eric T.
The Babylon Bee is interesting at times. I'm thinking that's the publication that's known for it's satire / sarcasm.

Yes, it is all satire and silly stuff.

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