The second difference was the focus on how worthy Christ was of being honored in that way. In order to illustrate that, this video clip was played:
I gotta admit, I was very uncomfortable when this first started. All kinds of triggers from Fundyland were hitting me - the subtle Southern accent, the incessant alliteration, the way he says "glory" and "love", the hyperbole (though I blush at saying there could be hyperbole about the incomparable Christ)... I was starting to tense up, sweat, and palpitate a bit.
Fortunately, the video lasted long enough for me to settle down.
About halfway through, I began to see that despite all these outward cultural similarities to Fundamentalism, he actually wasn't using any guilt at all. He simply asked if I knew this wonderful, amazing Person. He didn't stop to press me for the answer, he was too busy telling me about the beautiful Christ. I saw his sermon as poetry or performance art in a way - it's not intended as a deep theological treatise, it's a celebration. There's a place for that.
And I finally understood how to be happy for someone preaching Christ in a way that I didn't agree with (Philippians 1:18). It has been so hard sometimes to describe this break from Fundamentalism, to convey the utter wasteland that Fundamentalism is. Frequently I read comments from those still in Fundamentalism saying that objectors should just be happy that Christ is being preached and stop fussing. But there is a difference between standing against Fundamentalism and standing against something you just dislike, and I can see it better now. This preaching style I don't personally like all that much. Some of it is baggage from Fundamentalism, some is just my personality. I might not willingly sit under this style every week - but I can certainly be ok with someone else who is willing. Based on this clip, this man loves Christ. He loves showing who Christ is. He's not tainting the Gospel with legalism and heterodoxy. He might be engaging in some social contrivances that I'm not a fan of, but he is preaching Christ.
And for that, I can honestly rejoice.