There are notes from Ray Ortland, Mark Dever, C.J. Mahaney and Harris himself among others. One perhaps telling set of notes are those from Mark Driscoll, the neo-reformation’s bad boy. Driscoll sent Harris a pdf of his Bible with two post-it notes stuck inside. Turns out that Driscoll’s preparation it to “pretty much scratch a few words on a sticky tab and maybe in pencil put a few words in the margin and get up and go for an hour-ish. Most of the jokes, cross references, illustrations etc. are made up on the spot while preaching. In that way I’m pretty Spirit lead.” Driscoll had declined to share his notes a year ago because there wasn’t much to share evidentially.
This is a great resource for pastors looking to tighten up their sermon notes or for those of us without a pulpit preparing to pastor one day. It certainly would be interesting to compare these notes with a collection of non-reformed, quasi-famous pastors.