Tim Keller on Proverbs, Community and Culture

Here is a really outstanding post by Tim Keller on how to read and benefit from the Proverbs. What Keller says in this article is absolutely necessary for a right understanding of individual Proverbs. I would only add (as I assume Keller would) that the Proverbs need to be read in their redemptive-historical context, namely, how Christ realizes in Himself and exemplifies the wisdom of the Proverbs so that His people may also learn to walk in paths of wisdom and righteousness.


One Response to “Tim Keller on Proverbs, Community and Culture”

  1. Tim Keller says:

    Yes, I would certainly agree about the importance of redemptive-historical context. Thanks for adding that.

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