A number of noted evangelicals have recently argued for a legitimate use of scatological or coarse language in the pulpit. If we’re to connect with the surrounding culture, they say, we have to speak its language. Furthermore, they point to supposed biblical precedent. But what should Christians make of this argument? On today’s program, Dr. Mohler engages in a helpful discussion about the nature of language and the place of “bad language” in the pulpit.
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