1.) The Preacher speaks nonstop rhetoric devices for the purpose of convincing his listeners they really need to return next week in order to be spiritually fed, rather that feeding themselves from God's Word. These rhetoric devices can be categorized as: A.) Relating to the venue management through staging, audio and video systems, decor, effective programming, advertising, seasonal appeal, specialty supports such as music and prayer teams, family oriented conveniences, and dress codes. B.) Relating to the selective use of Scripture to emphasize particular ideologies, practices, traditions, cultural expectations, desires of certain demographic groups, church agenda, political orientation, and emotional needs of the membership. C.) Relating to the personal reputation, credibility, authentication, acceptability, and future career of the Preacher. 2.) The Preacher spends 40 minutes per sermon telling people what they should be doing for God, yet he never materially demonstrates it for them to see. He has a different standard for himself. 3.) The naivity and tunnel vision of the illinformed people there. 4.) The nosey questions asked to visitors by busy body women and ushers. 5.) The nonstop use of Preacherese by the Preacher. 6.) The mixture of personal ideas, personal ambitions, personal feelings, personal biases, personal stupidity, and personal problems with the Pure Word of God by the Preacher, calling the resultant mixture "The Word of God," or "A Message From God For Today." 7.) The rude one way communication which occurs during the sermon where no pewsitters are allowed to ask questions, make contributions, make corrections of stupid statements, or require the Preacher to be accountable for all he says. 8.) The condescending, presumptuous, and patronizing attitude of Professional Church Talkers and the Church People. 9.) The Preacher thinks it is a good idea to spout prechewed, partially digested, and regurgitated spiritual food to the congregation, as if it is his responsibility to run a spiritual welfare soup kitchen. 10.) The Preacher is either too weak or is too dimwitted to address the really difficult issues of the day, instead speaking churchy sounding, milque toast aphorisms.