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Preaching Christ in a Postmodern World

By Dr. Tim Keller and Dr. Edmund Clowney

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Originally taught as a Doctor of Ministry course, Dr. Keller and Dr. Clowney (1917-2005) ask, “Is Jesus made visible in every sermon or only talked about?” By analyzing and deconstructing other models of preaching that either exhort on moral levels or attempt to evoke an emotional response, Dr.’s Keller and Clowney provide a model of preaching that is Christocentric. This model of preaching focuses on three aspects to guide the listener and preacher: First, how does this text tell me about Christ? Second, how does this text show that the listener’s life is poor without Christ. Third, how to lead the listener to worship and adore Christ. NOTE: We are not able to provide the notes that Drs. Keller and Clowney mention throughout the course at this time.

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A brilliant preaching course which is theological, practical and engaging. Keller is easier to listen to than Clowney (who has now gone to be with Christ), but both have excellent content.
Highlights are:
• Keller's 'organic' approach to understanding how the OT teaches Christ
• Clowney's sermon on Luke 15
• Keller's significant work on sermon application
This series is more about how to understand and preach Christ from all scripture (including contemporary application) than postmodernism.
If you preach regularly I would consider this well worth the time needed to listen to it.

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