Sunday, April 30, 2006

Expository Exultation

"Where will the weight of God's glory be felt if not in the preaching of the Word?"
John Piper's preaching at Together for the Gospel has drawn attention what he calls expository exultation as he spoke on Why Expositional Preaching is Particularly Glorifying to God. A while back we were able to publish an article by him on this:

Preaching as Worship:
Meditations of Expository Exultation
(John Piper)

Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Biblical Theology Blog

Visitors to this site might be interested to know about a new blog devoted to biblical theology. It's run by Matt Harmon who is finishing off his Ph.D in biblical theology at Wheaton, under Doug Moo. The blog looks set to contain plenty of excellent discussion of exegetical issues from a biblical theology perspective, as well as being a great source of comment on good BT books. Check it out.

Wednesday, April 12, 2006

It's all about you, Jesus

Dan Cruver:
"Only “Christo-centric” preaching can really lead the hearers to true virtue, gospel holiness. Typical preaching only distills “Biblical Principles” which do not see the text in its redemptive-historical context. Thus it is only natural that the application part of such a sermon will tend to merely exhort people to conform to the principles. Only Christo-centric preaching can produce gospel holiness.."
Is it a Christ-centred Sermon? (8 posts)

Dave Cruver:
""The Gospel of our God-Centered God changes everything for His Glory and our joy."

Few things are as exciting as seeing lives and relationships changed through the Gospel of Jesus the Christ Who is Lord of Lords and King of Kings and the Savior of mankind."
What am I known for?
Christ-centred preaching