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Ed Litton Plagiarizes JD Greear’s Sermon on Romans 12

by | Jul 2, 2021 | Blog | 0 comments

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In light of the news that Ed Litton, the newly-elected Southern Baptist president who has been caught up in a plagiarism scandal dubbed “Sermongate,” will be appearing on a Southern Baptist podcast today to defend his indefensible actions, it became clear that it would be prudent to drop another video demonstrating clear evidence of Litton’s actions.

You can find all of the previous videos at this link.

Today, in his latest video we decided to comb through, we will be covering his sermon on Romans 12:9-13, which is once again nearly identical–almost word for word–to JD Greear’s sermon on the same passage preached several months earlier. Again, the same illustrations, phrasing, and points are lifted from Greear’s sermons with no attribution.

It should also be noted that as we’ve spent many hours combing through his sermons, we’ve been able to detect various mannerisms in Litton–including stuttering, smiling, and nervous movements–that, with nearly 100 percent accuracy, told us that he had plagiarized that line before we even listened to Greear’s sermon.

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Here is the video.

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