What The Bible Is Really About

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I caught this video post today at The Gospel Coalition (originally created by Heath McPherson) and wanted to share it here as well. This is an excerpted message from Tim Keller’s 2007 conference message (which is one of my all-time favorites) put together in video form. While there might be some liberties taken in a couple analogies to Christ in the Old Testament, on the whole, this is exactly how I feel about the ultimate, and preeminent, message of the Bible. And thus, how I feel the Bible should be preached, taught and read to all.

Yancey Arrington
Dr. Yancey C. Arrington is an eighth generation Texan, Acts 29 Network and Houston Church Planting Network fan, and Teaching Pastor at Clear Creek Community Church in the Bay Area of Houston. He is also author of Preaching That Moves People and TAP: Defeating the Sins That Defeat You, and periodically writes for Acts 29 and The Gospel Coalition.

2 thoughts on “What The Bible Is Really About”

  1. What’s said is many people will take the Bible and make it all about themselves. We also have done that with the gospel. I hope that God will raise up more pastors proclaiming that the Bible is all about God and the gospel is about God reaching out to sinners through the Person of Jesus Christ.

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