For Such a Slime as This from Southern Seminary on Vimeo.

The bi-weekly Chapel service on the campus of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. Chapel is livestreamed every Tuesday and Thursday at 10am during the semester. Join us at www.sbts.edu. Today's message, from Esther 2:1-18 was delivered by Hershael York, The Victor and Louise Lester Professor of Christian Preaching and the Associate Dean of Ministry and Proclamation at Southern Seminary.

The Dark Side of Grace from Hershael York on Vimeo.

Hershael W York sermon on John 11:1-16, dealing with the implications of a God who allows his friend to die. This sermon was preached in chapel at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in 2007.

A Bloody Shame by Hershael W York from Hershael York on Vimeo.

A sermon by Hershael York on a difficult text, Exodus 4:24-26, in which God tries to kill Moses and Zipporah, Moses' wife, responds by circumcising one of their sons and throwing the foreskin at Moses' feet. Is there gospel content in such a strange passage? How does a contemporary preacher handle such a challenging text? The sermon attempts to serve not only as faithful exposition but also as a model of how to handle obscure and difficult passages. The sermon starts at the 23:00 mark.

Apologia Pro Morta Sua from Hershael York on Vimeo.

A sermon on the genocide of Ai in Joshua 8, the message serves not only as an exposition of this text, but strives to model how to deal with Old Testament texts that are difficult, even embarrassing, to a modern audience, as well as how to locate that text in the metanarrative of God's redemption of His people.