New: Tim Keller Video Lectures on Preaching at RTS

Tim Keller recently gave a series of lectures on preaching at Reformed Theological Seminary (my alma mater). If you want a crash course in good preaching or simply need a refresher, it’s four hours well spent. The lectures are progressive, so it’s best to carve out the time and watch all four. However, if you can watch only one, watch the fourth, i.e. “Preaching to the Heart.”

The videos contain only the lectures. If you want the lecture and subsequent Q and A’s, it’s only available (for now) in audio here.

Lecture 1: What Is Good Preaching?

Lecture 2: Preaching to Secular People and Secularized Believers

Lecture 3: Preaching the Gospel Every Time

Lecture 4: Preaching to the Heart

Keller: “Sproul Was Driscoll Before Mark Driscoll”

Tim Keller gave a series of lectures on preaching at Reformed Theological Seminary (my alma mater). After the first session, “What Is Good Preaching?” Keller followed up with a Q and A. Someone asked who were Keller’s influences on how to be a good preacher. Along with George Whitefield, Martin Lloyd-Jones, John Stott, Dick Lucas and Sinclair Ferguson, Keller mentioned R.C. Sproul, saying he was the “Driscoll before Mark Driscoll.”

I’ll never think of R.C. Sproul (or Mark Driscoll) the same way again.