In his famous work, Lectures to My Students, Spurgeon writes, “Don’t you know, young man, that from every town and every village and every hamlet in England, wherever it may be, there is a road to London? So from every text of Scripture there is a road to Christ. And my dear brother, your business is, when you get to a text, to say, now, what is the road to Christ . . . for the sermon cannot do any good unless there is a savor of Christ in it.” What does it mean to “preach Christ” from every text? Are there legitimate “roads to Christ” in the Old Testament?
The following lectures were preached at the Spurgeon Fellowship on Sept 6, 2011:
Here are Professor Greidanus’s books on this subject:
- Preaching Christ from the Old Testament: A Contemporary Hermeneutical Method
- Preaching Christ from Genesis: Foundations for Expository Sermons
- Preaching Christ from Ecclesiastes: Foundations for Expository Sermons (note that this is a limited-time clearance item from WTSBooks at 50% off).