In this study, Daniel Doriani explores the Sermon on the Mount, placing it in its scriptural context. Filled with skillful exposition and gripping application of the sermon, you will realize in thought and life the character of a true disciples.
Doriani investigates the Sermon on the Mount as an ideal of kingdom life for his people. We get to see the world as Jesus does and see where creation, law, and grace interact. Doriani doesnt just put the sermon in its scriptural context, he shows its contemporary application too.
Daniel M. Doriani (MDiv, PhD, Westminster Theological Seminary; STM, Yale Divinity School) is vice president of strategic academic projects and professor of theology at Covenant Theological Seminary. Previously he was senior pastor of Central Presbyterian Church in Clayton, Missouri.
Here is a thoughtful, probing, down-to-earth, up-to-date exploration of Christs ideal of kingdom life for his disciples. Preachers and teachers will find it a fruitful resource.
Doriani approaches the sermon in such a winsome and helpful way that we are both motivated and challenged to live out our Lords teaching in our everyday lives. This book will prove valuable to both new and mature believers.
Dan Dorianis rich exposition invites us to see the world as Jesus doeswith all the beauty of the earth, the majesty of the law, and the need of grace that the Savior shows his people. A delightful read from a first-class scholar and an experienced pastor.
Doriani brings both academic and pastoral concerns and skills to this volume. He is a fine biblical scholar who excellently applies the text to the needs of contemporary readers. Having read portions of this book both devotionally and to help me understand some of the difficult passages in Jesus sermon, I recommend the book with enthusiasm.