Josh Harris has put up Tim Keller’s sermon notes as the last installment of the “Preaching Notes Series. The introduction begins like this:

To be a great preacher, one needs to be tri-perspectival in their
exegesis. That is, they need to be committed to the exegesis of the
Bible, the exegesis of our culture, and the exegesis of the human
heart. Some preachers claim that if you exegete the Bible properly, you
don’t need to bother yourself with the exegesis of our culture or the
human heart. The problem with this view, however, is that the Bible
itself exhorts us to apply Biblical norms to both our lives and to our