- Mar 20, 2020
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I've mentioned more that that particular sermon. You're the one trying to focus on just one of several I've mentioned. As well as ignoring the article I posted on how plagiarism is common for sermons.Payday Someday.
Don't play obtuse.
I have no idea who coined the alliteration. You know as well as I do, that such rhymes, puns, and alliteration were common occurrence during the time.
All this junk often does is sound phony. Contrived.
Paul said it best.
1Co 2:4 And my speech and my preaching was not with enticing words of man's wisdom, but in demonstration of the Spirit and of power:
was not with enticing words of man's wisdom; with technical words, words of art, contrived by human wisdom to captivate the affections; and with bare probable arguments only, a show of reason to persuade the mind to an assent, when nothing solid and substantial is advanced, only a run of words artfully put together, without any strength of argument in them; a method used by the false teachers, and which the apostle here strikes at, and tacitly condemns: