H. B. Charles Jr. Gives 7 Ways to Avoid Pulpit Plagiarism

H. B. Charles Jr

H. B. Charles Jr

This is the second episode of The On Preaching Podcast, the podcast is dedicated to helping you preach faithfully, clearly, and better.

This episode is about pulpit plagiarism. I was moved to talk about this after reading an article entitled, Is Pulpit Plagiarism On The Rise?

I am not sure if it is on the rise. But it is a real issue of contemporary preaching. On one hand, I don’t think it is as big or bad a problem as some claim. On the other hand, it is something we should take serious.

Here’s the bottom line: Don’t do it! As R.A. Williams says, “Dig your own well, so you won’t have to steal other people’s water.”

Here are sevens ways to avoid pulpit plagiarism.

  • Remember your calling.
  • Do your own work.
  • Guard your study time.
  • Write your sermon out.
  • Give credit where credit is due.
  • Don’t risk your pulpit credibility.
  • Be a voice, not an echo.

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SOURCE: HBC2


  

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