Favorite Television Preacher

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  1. SaggyWoman

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    Which is your favorite to listen to on television.
     
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    The late, great Dr. Adrian Rogers

    Dr. David Jeremiah
     
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    Charles Stanley. However, I should point out that I do not generally watch TV preachers....even when I still had cable.

    I do listen to several radio shows occasionally.
     
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    Charles Stanley.
     
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    Don't really watch any preacher on TV. I try to listen to Swindoll on radio every day and Jeremiah when I can.
     
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    When I had DirecTV is used to watch John MacArthur. Now I have Dish and no Joihnny Mac. I would say reruns of Adrain Rogers.
     
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    One of the big differences in that being a Mick....the cult of the person is not encouraged. We have 4 priests, one whose French accent makes him hard to follow at times, an American who speaks well from the pulpit, and one of the NZ priests also. The other maunders on which is tedious in the extreme.

    The poorer public speakers are excellent spiritual directors however.
     

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