Tim Keller

Should We Take a ‘Winsome Approach’ to Culture? Christians Debate If Tim Keller’s ‘Moment Has Passed’

"Regarding French’s point that Christians are to love our enemies at all times, Dreher agrees that we are, but says, 'Loving one’s enemies does not mean that one should close one’s eyes to the fact that they are enemies, and wish to do us serious harm.' And while it is true, Dreher says, that politics should not shape our faith, we must not be afraid to take a political stand." - C.Leaders

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Tim Keller reflects on 'design deficits' in megachurches: 'Poor places for formation and pastoral care'

"In a lengthy Facebook post, the 71-year-old pastor shared his thoughts on megachurches to explain why the New York City-based church he founded...decided to split into three congregations following his retirement." - CPost

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Timothy Keller Responds to Criticism for Praising Stephen Colbert Clip About Faith and Comedy

"Colbert, who is a Roman Catholic, explained the connection between his faith and his comedy. Some, including theologian and author Timothy Keller, praised Colbert’s remarks as winsome, while others accused the clip of being devoid of the gospel." - C.Leaders

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Tim Keller: What the Biblical View of Justice Shows Us About Racism

"Is responsibility for sin individual or is it corporate? It’s both, argues pastor and author Timothy Keller in his article, 'Justice in the Bible.' This means, therefore, that we must address racism as an individual and a systemic problem." - C.Leaders

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Jonah—Worst Missionary Ever?

Can Evangelicalism Survive Donald Trump and Roy Moore?