The audio of that sermon was posted for maybe 4 or 5 days on Brookwood's podcast page before it disappeared.
Since that sermon, Caner preached one other time, possibly two times at Brookwood, and those sermons were not posted on the church's podcast.
Then, in their Sunday July 17, 2011 church bulletin, they gave the reason, as shown in the graphic above:
"We apologize, but it has been requested that we not podcast Dr. Caner's messages."
At least they gave an explanation: someone requested they not be podcast, and they obliged.
I wonder who would make such a request?
And why not podcast his sermons?
Is he afraid to have light shown on his words?
I don't know of any preacher who would preach the gospel and actually request that his sermon NOT be put on the Internet. Even the big name preachers who came in to FBC Jax for the pastor's conference - Platt, Mohler, Hunt, Vines, Merritt - have their full sermon videos posted on the FBC Jax Vimeo site here.
So why is Caner so special? Wouldn't he WANT his sermons broadcast so people can see that he truly has changed his ways? Wouldn't he want the gospel proclaimed in his message to go forth?
Unless.....well, we get the picture.
Final thought: with Ergun Caner's history of telling fibs in the pulpit which allowed him to build a huge following in SBC circles for nearly a decade, why should we believe that he has changed his ways unless he is willing to give his sermons the widest circulation possible? And now with his apparent desire to not have all of his sermons broadcast on the Internet, why would anyone want to grant him access to the ears and minds of young people at a retreat where there will be no cameras or recordings?
Won't you wonder what stories he is telling your kids?
Or does the truth just not matter, as long as everyone has a great time and Caner gives a great performance?