Sunday, December 15, 2019

Paying Cash for Sermons

If you are a pastor or priest and have some sermons recorded in MP3 I am very interested in buying them and the rights to use them.

No, this is not a scam.  Yes, I am paying for sermons.  All I ask is that you are legitimately ordained and that the sermons are good.

Please e-mail me here if you are interested.

Many thanks,

Aaron Clarey


Anonymous said...

Honk honk.

Anonymous said...

That's what the collection plate is for, Cappy. Or are you saying you're too lazy to darken the doors of a typical Jesus Mill?

Anonymous said...

Sermon Audio lets you download all you like for free.

'Reality' Doug said...

lol. I wonder what you're cooking up. Op Evil I hope. There is a commenter at The Burning Platform who quotes scripture. He's not exactly mainstream I believe, preferring Paul to Jesus for spiritual guidance. He is also more reasonable than most Christians. You might want to ask 'grace country pastor'. The same guy?:

Justin said...

cappy you should listen to these sermon youtube vids (both part 1& 2 are 11mins a piece).

basically shows your prediction of the future of western society from here on in is decay and filth; is spot on; and why you are spot on.

Post Alley Crackpot said...

The Slackful Avatar of the Great Prophet JR "BoB" Dobbs blesses thee upon this All-Mighty altar of the Bleeding Head of Arnold Palmer, casting out your sins of Pinkness and endowing you with the verisimilitudes and verities of the Power of Slack!

Be healed! Go forth and multiply your Slack like heretofore unknown orders of Mersenne primes!

*hides the bloody golf clubs that we use on unwary initiates upon this altar*


Albert said...

I dunno what the legalities are for reproduction or other use, but the LDS (i.e. Mormon) leadership sermons during General Conference are broadcast rather widely. If you're intending commentary, criticism, or an educational purpose, they might well come under fair use laws.