Recent Examples of pulpit from the Web
While Cruz took the pulpit this week, the Senate’s other member from the Lone Star State, Republican John Cornyn, began drafting legislation to reform RFS, according to a Cornyn aide.
And the New York Times takes a look at how politics from the pulpit is splitting evangelicals.
The question that roared from pulpits coast to coast was: How could Jews possibly uphold Christian morals?
Inside the Shiloh House, visitors can find Dowie's pulpit chair, lectern and host of other memorabilia.
A few years later, King invited Thurman to speak at his first pulpit at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery.
Then begins the actual music video portion, where Jay-Z confesses his deeply personal sins to Beyoncé, who sits in the priest’s side of the confessional box and stands in the pulpit in Russian Orthodox vestments—inspired costume.
Trump’s anti-democratic rhetoric marks a sharp departure from that of past presidents and an apparent abandonment of the human-rights pulpit that has traditionally defined U.S. foreign policy.
College football's biggest bully is back in its pulpit and has another national title in its grasp.
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Origin and Etymology of pulpit
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of pulpit for English Language Learners
: a raised platform where a priest or minister stands when leading a worship service
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