What Is Biblical Preaching?: Multiethnic Culture and Preaching

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Although it has been a number of months, we continue in our series on biblical preaching (in partnership with The Gospel Project). We have asked some teachers, preachers, and scholars to consider preaching, interact with it, and contrast some different approaches.

Today, we welcome Pastor Bryan Loritts. Bryan serves Lead Pastor at the Abundant Life Christian Fellowship of Silicon Valley, California. He is an award-winning author of six books, including his newest release Insider Outsider. Heco-founded Fellowship Memphis in 2003, and later founded The Kainos Movement, an organization committed to seeing the multi-ethnic church become the new normal in our world.

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Ray Charles was music’s triathlete. If Ray played baseball, he’d be your consummate utility player. From gospel to R&B and even country, Ray Charles defied labels. In fact, it was his unique ability to sing so many different genres that made his concerts so multiethnic. Whatever you needed Ray to be he was, without losing his unique self in the process.

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The Apostle Paul was to preaching what Ray Charles was to music. Paul could walk into any synagogue, unfold the scroll, and preach the glorious gospel of Jesus Christ to Jews with such effectiveness that they were moved to either salvation or riots.

Moments later, Paul could be found in a Gentile environment like Mars Hill, quoting from their own poets, and using their own altars to make what Charles Spurgeon called his “bee-line to the cross.” I’ve often...
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