Jesus Vindicated (Or, One of My Favorite Tim Keller Sermons)

This last April I had the privilege of finally hearing Tim Keller preach live at the 2013 Gospel Coalition National Conference. I was slightly worried that after all of these years of listening to hundreds of his sermons, it might not be all that great in comparison. I’ll just say it, Keller owned it. Preaching on the Christ’s vindication and resurrection in Luke 24, Keller does in one sermon what most of us do in 4, without it feeling forced. My point in sharing this with you though, isn’t to glorify Keller, but to point you to the Christ he glorifies through the preaching of the Word. So, without any further commentary, here it is:

Jesus Vindicated – Tim Keller (TGC13) from The Gospel Coalition on Vimeo.

Soli Deo Gloria

P.S. If you’d like to see more, the rest of the Gospel Coalition Conference talks are feature HERE at TGC’s website.

5 thoughts on “Jesus Vindicated (Or, One of My Favorite Tim Keller Sermons)

  1. I haven’t commented before, but thanks for the recommendation. When I saw that the TGC 13 media had been posted, I remembered you made some recommendations in an earlier post and looked them up. Right now I’m listening to Kevin DeYoung’s sermon. Very good so far. Next up is Keller’s message.

  2. Dang! That’s how its done.

    I’m working through his course (with Ed Clowney), reaching Christ in a Post-Modern World, in which he reveals how he does all his magic tricks.

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