Join world famous pastor and author John Piper as he proclaims God’s glory through his preaching of the gospel. Presenting more than 30 years’ worth of sermons, the John Piper Sermon Archive provides you with biblically focused expository sermons that address challenging theological questions, difficult contemporary issues, and the joys and struggles of human life. Eminently practical and focused on helping Christians grow in their faith, John Piper’s sermons are a rich resource that you will turn to for guidance and education again and again.
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John Piper (b. 1946) is a widely respected theologian and popular author who served as pastor for preaching and vision of Bethlehem Baptist Church for 33 years. He still serves as chancellor of Bethlehem College and Seminary. He received his doctorate in theology from the University of Munich and taught biblical studies for six years at Bethel College. Piper is the author of multiple bestselling books including The Pleasures of God, Desiring God, and Brothers, We Are Not Professionals. A distinguished biblical scholar, Piper has authored several influential academic monographs including Love Your Enemies: Jesus’ Love Command in the Synoptic Gospels and the Early Christian Paraenesis, The Justification of God: An Exegetical and Theological Study of Romans 9:1-23, 2nd ed., and The Future of Justification: A Response to N.T. Wright.