Why We Should Preach Christ in Every Sermon – Fred Malone: "There are two thoughts I would offer in answer to this: (1) Biblical Hermeneutics, and (2) Biblical Example."
Should We Preach Christ in Every Sermon? – True preaching is not: 1. An expositional sermon, even from a New Testament text, without mentioning Christ except in an evangelistic appeal at the end. 2. A sermon filled with illustrations and humor, while only nominally mentioning a text, or Jesus Christ Himself, occasionally. 3. A "practical series" on marriage, joy, etc., without explaining how the person and work of Jesus Christ applies to marriage, joy, etc. 4. A running commentary on a passage of Scripture without preaching Christ because He is not mentioned explicitly in the text.
The Canon of Scripture by Samuel Waldron – "Is the idea of a canon, a list of sacred writings which are looked at possessing divine authority, itself biblical? In other words, Does the Bible teach the idea of a canon? This question is even more urgent to answer in light of the fact that the termcanon, is never used of a list of writings possessing final authority in the Bible."