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What does Rick Warren think about doctrinal depth?
Sanctification. Incarnation. Jehovah-jireh. What is the importance of using theological words in preaching? How do preachers share Jesus' gospel with doctrinal depth without overcomplicating it and confusing people?
In this video John Piper interviews Rick Warren who talks about his desire for both accurate and authentic worship, his heart behind his words from the pulpit, and the difference between simple and simplistic preaching.
"I like to teach theology without telling people it's theology," says Pastor Rick. "It's not deep until it gets to the heart and the character of [God and the hearer]."
So how do pastors preach with doctrinal depth? Pastor Rick says deep is life-transforming. Simple does not mean shallow, simple means it's clear.
Hear more at our 2012 Resurgence Conference October 9–10 in Irvine, California where Rick Warren will be speaking on influence and preaching Jesus.