Many missionaries bump into a God they weren’t expecting—a God who doesn’t interact with their lives how they thought he would. They’re not bouncing down the street gathering disciples like the Pied Piper. No, they’re struggling to learn the language. They’re realizing their day-to-day responsibilities are different than the job description. They’re fearful that the government will deny their residence permit application. Or they’re leaving the field in chagrin because of a child’s struggle.
People who once called themselves the “Moral Majority” are now seemingly willing to vote for anyone, however immoral, who supports their political positions. ... “Evangelical” used to denote people who claimed the high moral ground; now, in popular usage, the word is nearly synonymous with “hypocrite.”
"Faced with mounting criticism for its decision to give a major award to the Rev. Tim Keller, founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan and one of the country’s best-known conservative Christian thinkers, Princeton Theological Seminary has reversed course and said Keller will not receive the honor." RNS
Manhattan’s most popular evangelical pastor and apologist, Tim Keller, announced Sunday he will be stepping down from the pulpit of Redeemer Presbyterian, the church he started 28 years ago, according to multiple social media reports. His last day as senior pastor will be July 1. Keller, 66, will stay at the church to teach at its seminary and train leaders.
FBFI National Meeting workshop presented by Matt Recker June 14-16, 2016, with permission from Proclaim & Defend. In Part 1, we defined Timothy Keller’s view of theistic evolution and offered his rationale for holding his position. In Part 2, we considered a more thorough discussion of the ERRORS Keller makes in his compromised theology of Creation.
Here are four points to answer the theistic evolutionary position. Of course, this is not all that can be said but it is a strong beginning to refute this erroneous view.