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On October 30-31, 2012, Southen Seminary will host The Expositors Summit, a preaching conference featuring Albert Mohler, John MacArthur, Russell Moore, and Alistair Begg. The theme is “Preaching in a Post-everything World.”

This annual conference sponsored by Southern’s National Center for Christian Preaching gathers preachers and seminary students to participate in a Christ-exalting, gospel-saturated, and Word-driven event.

In addition to the keynotes, there will be breakout seminars on the following topics:

  • Russell Moore, “A Christological Epicenter in Preaching”
  • Dan Dumas, “The Craft of Exposition”
  • Kevin Smith, “Getting Exposition Right so It Doesn’t Go Wrong”
  • Hershael York, “Transformational Expository Preaching”
  • Daniel Montgomery, “Communicating the Text”

The early bird rate available until September 10th is $179 for regular attendees. Reduced rates are available for students and alumni.

You can register or find out more here.

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3 thoughts on “Preaching in a Post-Everything World”

  1. Tim Keller has a great article on this very thing. He claims that there are numerous strands with the Reformed theological tradition that are uniquely qualified to speak to “post-everythings”:

  2. SLIMJIM says:

    What a great name for a conference!

  3. The name is unique but SO accurate!

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