Friday, 22 January 2010

Survey - Sermons fail to inspire change in believers

A recent UK survey of 193 Anglicans, Catholics, Methodists and Baptists showed that
only 17 percent said sermons frequently changed their attitudes towards others or helped them look afresh at controversial or topical issues. Sixty-two percent of those questioned said sermons frequently gave them a sense of God’s love and helped them to understand Jesus; two thirds said they “frequently” looked forward to the sermon; and 84 percent said the sermons should be rooted in the Bible.
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I wonder what if a similar survey was done in Singapore, would the results be similar?

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