Clergy Buying Sermons Online
from the that-internet-sure-is-useful dept
First it was best men buying toasts online, and then people buying their significant others “customized” Valentine’s Day poems online, and now the extra busy vicar in the UK can buy their own sermon online for the low low price of about $12.50 thanks to a site called lastminutesermon.com. This isn’t the first time British vicars have really embraced the online experience. Two years ago, they set up a website to help the busy vicar find a wife.
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I recall reading a couple years back that a significant number of the British clergy, that’s clergy mind you, didn’t think the Ten Commandments were normative. Why be surprised they have no problem buying sermons.