John Piper Sermons Six Dangers of Podcasts
This new teaching by Pastor John Piper titled “Six Dangers of Podcasts” is what we are bringing to you to listen to and meditate on.
In this message, Pastor John tell us the dangers of podcasts and the first one is Factionalism. Speaking on this, First Corinthians 1:12 tell us that “‘I follow Paul,’ or ‘I follow Apollos,’ or ‘I follow Cephas,’ or ‘I follow Christ.’” To which Paul says, “Is Christ divided? Was Paul crucified for you?” (1 Corinthians 1:13). What an amazing question: “Was Paul crucified for you?” Where did that come from? In other words, it is possible to think and speak of human teachers, or podcasters, in such a way that you actually give the impression that they hold a place for you, a place in your heart or mind or mouth, comparable to the one who was crucified for you — crucified. Podcasts offer a voice, a teacher, a commentator, a critic, an analyst, a scholar, a satirist, a comic, a curmudgeon. And so, the danger exists that we will be so fascinated by what they say, or how they say it, that their voice is elevated in our consciousness, our affections, our focus, our conversation, to the level where Jesus Christ himself is suddenly backgrounded.
The other dangers include: Deprioritizing the Bible, Succumbing to the Tyranny of the Urgent, Being Infected with a Lopsided Tone of Life, Elevating Public Issues Above Personal Holiness, Replacing Face to Face with Digital.
This is a message that you will elarn alot from.
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