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The Sin of Silence

Dr Laurence White delivers a powerful exhortation and warning to the pastors of America to take heed to the times we are living in. We must confess and realize that we have not stood up against the flood of immorality and filth in our society. Our silence and timidity have been our fault, we must stand up and raise our voice to proclaim righteousness and truth in our day. LISTEN Follow along in the text below: DR. MICHAEL WHITEHEAD: Our special speaker today is Reverend Laurence White. I’ve heard his testimony about his love and his passion to disciple first his family, his sons and his daughter.  He’s a pastor’s pastor. He’s been involved in shepherding his local church, but also shepherding and encouraging and inspiring pastors around the country to be both salt and light, not one or the other. Not just preach Jesus but preach everything that Jesus commanded us to do. And so it is my great pleasure to invite to our platform at Midwestern Seminary in Kansas City, our brother, the Reverend Dr. Laurence White. Welcome brother, let’s welcome: DR. LAURENCE WHITE: Thank you, and thank you, Dr. Whitehead. It’s a pleasure to be here. I’ve never been introduced by an attorney before, this is a new experience. Much less an attorney who is the President of a seminary, that is truly a unique experience. Thank you for your kind words. It is a joy to be here with you today. In a place where God has done great things, in a place where once again you stand for the truth of God’s Word; for the verbal inspiration of Scripture; for the inerrancy of that which God has written from the first chapter of Genesis to the 22nd chapter of the book of Revelation. And I applaud you for that stand, and I stand with you in that faith. On the basis of that word today, we confront that which is happening in our culture. Now I’m a Lutheran Christian, that means that my historical and theological roots go back to Germany. And I find a context for what is happening in America today in that which took place in that great homeland of the Reformation in the 1930’s and the 1940’s. Let me begin with a story about an incident that took place a few years ago as a prominent Evangelical pastor was invited to a Christian university on the East Coast to address the student body. And upon his arrival on the campus, he was greeted by the President of that institution, a distinguished looking...

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