Monthly Archives: March 2014

John Broadus on why pastors shoud be careful when preaching on political matters

That truly pious men shall carry their religion into politics, shall keep religious principle uppermost in all political questions which have a moral character, is an unquestionable and solemn duty. Of course it is right that the preacher should urge … Continue reading

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John Broadus on the relationship between preaching and counseling in the ministry of the pastor

Pastoral work is of immense importance, and all preachers should be diligent in performing it. But it cannot take the place of preaching, nor fully compensate for lack of power in the pulpit. The two help each other, and neither … Continue reading

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