8 prominent scholars on how to preach Jesus from the Old Testament; from Melchizedek to Zephaniah
The Bible's storyline is grand in its sweep, beautiful in its form, and unified in its message. However, many Christians still struggle to understand how the Old and New Testaments fit together, especially in relation to the person and work of Jesus Christ.
In this collection of expositions of various Old Testament texts, eight prominent evangelical pastors and scholars demonstrate what it looks like to preach Christ from the Old Testament. From the experience of the Israelites during the exodus to the cryptic words about Melchizedek in the Psalms, this book offers readers a diverse collection of approaches to gospel-centred preaching from the Old Testament by some of the most skilled expositors of our day.
The contributors are Alistair Begg, Mike Bullmore, D. A. Carson, Matt Chandler, Tim Keller, James MacDonald, Conrad Mbewe and Al Mohler.
Preface - D. A. Carson
Studying the Scriptures and Finding Jesus (John 5:21–47) - R. Albert Mohler
Getting Out (Exodus 14) - Tim Keller
From a Foreigner to King Jesus (Ruth) - Alistair Begg
Not According to Our Sins (Psalm 25) - James MacDonald
The Righteous Branch (Jeremiah 23:1–8) - Conrad Mbewe
Youth (Ecclesiastes 11:7 – 12:14) - Matt Chandler
God's Great Heart and Love Toward His Own (Zephaniah) - Mike Bullmore
Getting Excited about Melchizedek (Psalm 110) - D. A Carson
|Timothy Keller, Matt Chandler, Alistair Begg, Don Carson
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