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New York pastor and acclaimed author Timothy Keller is widely known and respected for his compelling preaching, described by The New York Times as what has ‘helped turn Dr Keller… into the pastor many call Manhattan’s leading evangelist’. In this book he shares his wisdom on communicating the Christian faith from the pulpit as well as from the coffee shop.
Most Christians – including pastors – struggle to talk about their faith in a way that applies the power of the Christian gospel to change people’s lives. Timothy Keller is known for his insightful, down-to-earth sermons and talks that help people understand themselves, encounter Jesus and apply the Bible to their lives. In this accessible guide for pastors and laypeople alike, Keller helps readers learn to present the Christian message of grace in a more engaging, passionate and compassionate way.
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A great motivation to engage in the task of communicating the liberating message of Jesus to a new generationInspire Magazine
It is an unexpected delight to read a book on preaching which makes you want to preach. Tim Keller has given us such a book…Here is an extremely read- able book founded on sound scholarship…buy it. This is the most practical and inspirational book on preaching that I have read for years!The Methodist Recorder
Keller’s book has an interesting blend of theological analysis and practical advise, and is a reminder of the need for theology to have deep roots in the practical working out of the Christian faith…Keller’s book could be read with profit by any Christian.The Church Times
There is much to stimulate heart and mind in this latest offering from Tim Keller.Evangelical Times
In Preaching, Keller has made an invaluable contribution to the homiletic task. I would recommend that this book be placed in the hand of the preaching veteran and novice, and should be found in the homiletic section of all theological colleges.Christianity Magazine
Shrewd insight into the modern mind…He is interesting and engaging on the place of rhetoric in the pulpit.The Church Times