Reinke lost his pulpit and was drummed out of the conservative Missouri Synod of the Lutheran denomination.
Open access to information beyond that available in the pulpit has already had a moderating effect on the stability of faith.
Finally, David Hartman picked himself up, moved to his pulpit, and asked the cantor to please stop praying.
He is also accused of using the pulpit to further a cult of personality surrounding himself.
The Rev. Al Sharpton rarely has a problem finding a platform or a pulpit from which to be heard.
The pulpit was between the doors that opened upon the faces of the congregation.
The effort to be popular often resulted in pulpit buffoonery.
The pulpit and organ were designed by Girolamo della Genga, and the latter was painted by Baroccio.
That is a subject for the pulpit, not for a pretty girl's room.
Mr. Ralph Erskine, indeed, did hear me, and went with me into the pulpit of the Cannongate Church.
early 14c., from Late Latin pulpitum "raised structure on which preachers stand," in classical Latin "scaffold; stage, platform for actors," of unknown origin. Also borrowed in Middle High German as pulpit (German Pult "desk"). Sense of "Christian preachers and ministers generally" is from 1560s. Pulpiteer, old contemptuous term for "professional preacher," is recorded from 1640s.
(Neh. 8:4). (See EZRA.)