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The Keach Conference is an annual theology and ministry conference sponsored by the Reformed Baptist Fellowship of Virginia (www.rbfva.org). The 2010 Conference was held at Christ Reformed Baptist Church in Charlottesville, VA from September 24-25th. The theme was "Of Creation" and the speakers were Tom Ascol and David P. Murray.
Thought Provoking and Powerful I love it when the preacher makes a beeline straight for Christ from the opening of the message and continues on that theme throughout. Dr. Murray beautifully illustrates that every single aspect of the created world was planned by Christ and executed to bring glory to Christ in the outworking of our redemption. You won't look at the natural world in the same way after hearing this powerful message.
from Midwest USA
Wonderful Sermon! Ive listened to several of Dr Murrays sermons, and have always left full and satisfied. Christ in Creation is a foundational sermon that will help all Christians understand their relationship with Christ in ways they experience Christ each and every day with their senses.
PS I found Pastor Nues sermon on Hebrews 2/Pslam 8 compliments this sermon well
Daniel and Casey Houseworth (9/30/2010)
from Charlottesville, VA
Great Sermon! This sermon will feed your soul! No matter how many books you've read or lectures you've heard on creation, you will want to listen as Dr. Murray opens God's Word and preaches the excellencies of Christ and God's gracious plan of redemption. Go to Dr. Murray's blog, http://headhearthand.posterous .com/christ-in-creation, and you can read and download his notes from the sermon for additional contemplation and study. Don't forget to listen to "Quest for the Historical Adam" as well.
David Murray served as the Pastor of Lochcarron Free Church of Scotland from 1995 to 2000, and then of Stornoway Free Church of Scotland (continuing) from 2000 to 2007. In August 2007 he accepted a call to be the Professor of Old Testament and Practical Theology at Puritan Reformed...