Theology, VideosAugust 24, 2010 What is the Bible Really About? Let the truth sink in. Understanding this will change everything you think you already believe. It did for me. (HT: Z) Related Subscribe to MichaelKelley.coNever miss a new post. Subscribe to receive these posts in your inbox and to receive information about new discipleship resources. SUBSCRIBE! You have successfully subscribed. Click here to download your bonus. Share on Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + LinkedIn Email Previous articleDogs of Glory Next articleI’d Hate to Be That Bottle You may also like Praying Because We Care, and Caring Because We Pray The Exhausting Fear of Being Found Out The I-Phone Back Door and the Question of Who To Trust 4 Comments Jana says: August 24, 2010 at 10:07 am No doubt about it, I love Tim Keller and I love those words. But, as I listened, I couldn’t help but think of Dr. Smith preaching the same message. MK says: August 24, 2010 at 1:51 pm True – Nobody says it like the Doc. Tracy Irvin says: August 25, 2010 at 9:26 am Hi Michael, I appreciate your posting this video. I notice that you are an editor for LifeWay. May I pose this question to you, or to Dr. Rainer, or whoever? If the Bible is not about us, then why is that the exact approach all (or most that I have seen) of our Southern Baptist literature take? I have been teaching through 1 and 2 Samuel this quarter from the quarterly, and the material is the antithesis of the video paradigm. It is all about what we can/should do, and not about what God has done for us through Jesus. What gives? Thanks for your consideration. t MK says: August 27, 2010 at 6:49 am Tracy – This is a legitimate and thoughtful question. The short answer is that I don’t know. I think you’re correct in your assessment, that in the past at times Lifeway and most other publishers I think have produced many resources that might tend to lead people to think that they are the center of Scripture. I believe this was done with the best of intentions, wanting people to see that Scripture truly can and does change their day-to-day lives. Be that as it may, Jesus is not a means to the end of life change. He is both the means and the ends. So I am hopeful of the future as more and more of us wake up to the reality of His centrality in all things. Thanks for reading. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.