Former Stated Clerk Mike Glodo featured in Reformation21

Mike Glodo

Mike Glodo

Reformation21 recently featured a two-part essay on preaching written by Mike Glodo, former EPC Stated Clerk and current Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at Reformed Theological Seminary.

His essay is a response to the question, “Given that contemporary communication studies show that people learn better with a Q&A format, should we abandon the traditional form of the sermon?”

As Glodo explains in his opening paragraph, “The stated premise behind the question was that the sermon form as we know it is a ‘relic of the Reformation’ for which there is no biblical sanction.”

Click here to read part 1 of Glodo’s article; click here for part 2.

A ministry of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals, Reformation21 is an online magazine that presents various confessional positions with a Reformed perspective on a variety of historic matters and contemporary issues.

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