"Tell me about somebody who is having a revival," she says, "and I will tell you where the whoopers are." No matter how sophisticated they get, whooping still speaks to black folks, Mitchell says.
Clayborn says he was once accompanying his brother-in-law, a church organist, to a Sunday morning service when the visiting preacher slipped in a quiet request before the service.
Whoopers not only sound different; they preach different, says Mitchell, the preaching scholar and author of "Black Preaching: The Recovery of a Powerful Art." Most whoopers shun abstractions.
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