Christ-Centered Preaching

Christ-Centered Preaching

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Christ-Centered Preaching
  • American Gospel: Christ Alone

    Is Christianity Christ + the American dream? American Gospel examines how the prosperity gospel (the Word of Faith movement) has distorted the gospel message, and how this theology is being exported abroad.

  • American Gospel: Christ Alone (1 Hour Version)

  • We Preach Not Ourselves - The White Horse Inn - #920

    If Christless Christianity is the problem of our time, what's the solution? Preaching Christ and him crucified! On this program the hosts discuss the importance of Christ-centered preaching, and contrast this approach with the typical presentation of me-centered messages that one regularly hears ...

  • The Great Exchange in the Old Testament (1) - The White Horse Inn - #1319

    In order to fully appreciate God’s grace to us in Christ, we first need to understand the seriousness of man’s fall, and the depth of our sin. Once we have grasped this, then we should focus our attention on unfolding God’s promise to provide a coming redeemer and advocate which he announced thro...

  • The Great Exchange in the Old Testament (2) - The White Horse Inn - #1320

    In Isaiah chapter 53 we read that the coming messiah will be despised and rejected by men. He will be pierced for our transgressions, and punished so that we may have peace. Through his anguish, God will make many to be accounted righteous. On this program the hosts are continuing to explore The ...

  • The Search for the New Adam (1) - The White Horse Inn - #1365

    In many ways the Bible is the unpacking of God’s initial promise recorded in Genesis 3:15, that though death entered the world through man’s fall, one day a child would be born who would restore all things and crush the serpent’s head. Therefore, the primary question that we should ask as we make...

  • The Search for the New Adam (2) - The White Horse Inn - #1366

    The Bible traces the story of God’s promise to rescue the world from the consequences of the Fall. Yet as we follow the lives of characters such as Abraham, Moses, and David, we find not only sinners but also those who sin in spectacular ways that remind us of Adam’s original sin. In other words,...