In the message pegged on the parable of the prodigal son, titled "The Believer's Battle," posted on his church's website, Morris said he was concerned about the amount of time people spend on the Internet ‚ÄĒ particularly on blogs that focus on Christian leaders.
"I have to say this, um, I'm really concerned about how much time people spend on the Internet. I'm extremely concerned about it. Extremely concerned about it."
"And, I, um, you can't imagine how many people have told me, that 'this is true.' How ya' know it's true? 'Read it on the Internet,'" he said.
"Anybody can write on the Internet. And the people who write on the Internet are people who would not have a platform, unless they put my name, or Bill Hybels' name, or T.D. Jakes' name in it. They wouldn't have a platform if they didn't put someone's name who already had a platform. Boy, I'm just fired up, I'm telling ya'," he said. ...