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Keller & Clowney: Preaching Christ to a Postmodern World

Reformed Theological Seminary on iTunes - lecture series by Tim Keller and Edmund Clowney on preaching Christ from all scripture, and engaging with people. FREE Download. 

Keller outlines his approach to handling scripture which is Christological, and takes us through the engaging the heart with that. Clowney contributes from a lifetime of experience in showing way scripture is about Jesus - from which we could all learn massively.. Keller shows how he prepares to preach and the way that he's learned from people like Dick Lucas. You can see why people are raving about Keller.
Listening to this series of lectures could be the best use of 18 hours of your time.


And also adding these to my iPod Together for Adoption mp3s by John Piper, Justin Taylor etc.

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  1. I've got through the first 3 hours of this today on the train. OUTSTANDING.

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  2. Where can I get the handouts with this seminar? Any ideas?

    Mark

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  3. I found the handouts!

    http://www.soulofatlas.com/2009/01/preaching-christ-in-postmodern-world.html

    Thanks for the heads up.

    Mark

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  5. I loved working through this course. It was very helpful and full of wisdom especially from Keller.

    Here are my notes: http://thefieldsmusings.blogspot.com/search/label/Preaching%20Christ%20in%20a%20Postmodern%20World

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  6. Simon, it's such a coincidence. I was just working through the course myself (session 4) when you posted this comment. Thanks for the notes.

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  7. Such a helpful course - more from Ed Clowney on BeginningWithMoses.org.

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