Category Archives: Ethics

Plagiarius to Martial – kidnapping words…

In Pastors, Sermons And Plagiarism In The Internet Age, Sarah Pullham Baily wondered how plagiarism was/is affecting modern day pulpits. She wrote, “Recent cases of high-profile pastors who have been accused of lifting others’ material are raising questions about whether pulpit plagiarism … Continue reading

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Relevant Revisited

Regarding the Tampa Tribune’s Thou Shalt Canoodle article expounded upon in this past blog, and the fact that it received national attention, I think this follow-up is expedient. Most of the responses I received were in agreement with my characterization … Continue reading

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