Publishing another pastor’s work is a clear breach of ethics, but with so many demands on their time — and the internet at their fingertips — many preachers borrow widely for their sermons.
Publishing another pastor’s work is a clear breach of ethics, but with so many demands on their time — and the internet at their fingertips — many preachers borrow widely for their sermons. John Rottet NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
Publishing another pastor’s work is a clear breach of ethics, but with so many demands on their time — and the internet at their fingertips — many preachers borrow widely for their sermons. John Rottet NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO

Did your preacher steal Sunday’s sermon?

September 10, 2017 08:30 AM

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