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Is God Boring? Not so, says James O. Davis in Gutenberg to Google

“The power of the presentation is derived by the person who gives it. If the preacher is boring to the congregation, people will think God is boring.” From Gutenberg to Google by Dr. James O. Davis Advertisements

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Sinful Preaching? From Gutenberg to Google by James O. Davis

“I have become convinced of what I learned in my first year of seminary, that it is a sin to bore people with the Gospel.” From Gutenberg to Google, by James O. Davis

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A Great Resource for Those Preaching about the One Who is Before Gutenberg and After Google.

I just finished a new book on communications by longtime preacher and uber-organizer of Christian meetings, James O. Davis, now president of Second Billion Ministries. Gutenberg to Google, 20 Indispensible Laws of Communication is a lively and interesting discussion of … Continue reading

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