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“Outwitting Quicksand” – Diction, Doctrine, and Delivery

Posted on 09/13/16 by Kenyatta Gilbert

Context:  Truett Seminary Chapel, Baylor University, Waco, Texas “Outwitting Quicksand” Colossians 2:5-12 Quote: “In order to outwit quicksand, we must stand on the firm foundation of Jesus Christ…and it starts with UNITY.” Classic performative homiletical marks to note:  title succinctness, allusion, storied narration (country western movies),  image development and repetition for idea reinforcement (quicksand), analogy (human predicament […]

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ASK YOURSELF, WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE “CUT DEAD BUT STILL ALIVE?”

Posted on 07/15/13 by Kenyatta Gilbert No Comments

  “Every preacher…no, every person in America should have this book!!!!”   Dr. Ellison’s New Book: “CUT DEAD BUT STILL ALIVE!” ARTICLE- TOO MANY AFRICAN AMERICAN YOUNG MEN ARE ‘CUT DEAD”   LISTEN AND SEE what this young mystic, theologian, and sage, Dr. Gregory Ellison III, asks us to see and ask ourselves. OUR QUESTIONS ARE […]

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