July 7, 2010

A Coward’s Castle

Lloyd-Jones protested against the use of the pulpit as what he called a coward’s castle” into which a man might retreat to vent his spleen on his enemies or simply as a place where he can express his own view.

—Tony Sargent, A Sacred Anointing, 149, via One Form of Pulpit Abuse


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