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RAY SUAREZ: You talk about preaching a sermon in which you mention some of these hard ideas about who Jesus, who God is and was in history. And you say, "Surprisingly enough, nobody walked out of church, but I did receive quite a few letters from people who were listening and didn't like what they heard. This reaction suggested to me that I was doing my job."
Is that your job as a preacher?
PETER GOMES: My job is, to coin a phrase used in the 19th century and adopted much by my old friend, Bill Coffin, "to afflict the comfortable and comfort the afflicted." So, in some sense, if the one thing the sermon does is wake you up so that you discover that you don't agree, it's done a good thing, in that respect.
But most people stop there. They say, "I don't agree with that guy," and they click him off, and they'll never turn to him again, instead of pressing the matter. Why don't I agree? Where does this lead us? Opening rather than closing conversations.
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