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Above All Earthly Powers: Audio Downloads

Desiring God has now posted the messages from last week's conference. I would especially recommend "A Conversation with the Pastors" and Tim Keller's message, "The Supremacy of Christ and the Gospel in a Postmodern World."

Here are all the sessions:

The Supremacy of Christ in a Postmodern World
David Wells
Friday Evening General Session
September 29, 2006

A Conversation with the Pastors
Piper, Driscoll, Keller
Friday Evening Q & A
September 29, 2006

The Supremacy of Christ and Truth in a Postmodern World
Voddie Baucham
First Saturday Morning General Session
September 30, 2006

The Supremacy of Christ and the Gospel in a Postmodern World
Tim Keller
Second Saturday Morning General Session
September 30, 2006

The Supremacy of Christ and the Church in a Postmodern World
Mark Driscoll
Saturday Afternoon General Session
September 30, 2006

Speaker Panel
Piper, Wells, Carson, Baucham
Saturday Afternoon Q & A
September 30, 2006

The Supremacy of Christ and Love in a Postmodern World
D. A. Carson
Saturday Evening General Session
September 30, 2006

The Supremacy of Christ and Joy in a Postmodern World
John Piper
John 17:13
October 1, 2006

Just click on the link and it will take you to a page where you can listen to (or download) the audio file.

4 comments:

mwh said...

Thanks for linking these. I've enjoyed and profited from all that I have listened to so far. Many intriguing ideas to think about.

I was captured by Driscoll's argument concerning the Titus/Timothy/Circumcision issue. I think he's write. But, I wonder if he would argue as vociferously for that principle when it "shackles" him as he does when it "liberates" him.

Not to pick on Mark Driscoll. That's not really the point.

Many other great thoughts as well. I was moved to tears by Carson's testimony concerning his father. Genuine religion.

Thanks again.

mwh said...

What did you think of Driscoll's nine "marks" in his left hand? If he's right--and I suspect he is, ignoring the error of reduction--then that puts a couple of traditionally adored evangelicals in trouble. Consistently fleshing these things out is difficult.

Brian G. Hedges said...

Well, I believe in all nine of those things in Driscoll's right hand, although I would not give them all equal weight. Some doctrines are more crucial than others and agreement on some doctrines more crucial for association in different contexts than others.

Brian G. Hedges said...

Driscoll's LEFT hand, sorry.