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Preaching with Human Questions

Our sermons ought to answer the questions our congregation brings with them on Sunday.

Preaching with Human Questions
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Editor’s Note: This article is being released with a partnership with the Center for Pastor Theologians Conference, which will take place October 14–16 in Chicago. The theme for their 2019 conference is Techne: A Christian Vision of Technology. The modern world presents Christians in general and pastors in particular with many profound and complex questions related to a biblical vision of and for technology. How should Christians think about smartphones? Artificial intelligence? Genetic technologies? Multi-site church? Virtual reality? Contraceptive technology? Social media? The 2019 CPT Conference will seek to address these questions through the lenses of biblical wisdom, the historical Christian tradition, modern sociology, and ministry praxis. Register now to reserve your spot at this year's conference!

Nothing is worse than being thirty minutes into a sermon and realizing you have no idea what your pastor is talking about. (Or worse, being the pastor and realizing you ...

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