Timothy J. Keller is an American pastor, theologian, and Christian apologist. He is the Chairman and co-Founder of Redeemer City to City, which trains pastors for ministry in global cities.
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In recent years atheism has become ever more visible, acceptable, and influential. Atheist apologists have become increasingly vociferous and confident in their claims: that a morality requiring benevolence towards all and universal human rights need not be grounded in religion; that modern science disproves the existence of God; and that there is ...
Also relevant to the discussion about morality and justice is this powerful book by Christian Smith-- Atheist Overreach: What Atheism Can’t Deliver. I highly recommend it. – source
Timothy KellerAug 07, 2020
Definitely the best book I've read on the current state of political thinking happening among evangelicals in 2020. Evangelicals fused social thinking to political ideology giving themselves over to at least four major ideologies, none of them biblical. – source
Timothy KellerJul 22, 2020
Thirty years ago, Alvin Plantinga gave a lecture called "Two Dozen (or so) Theistic Arguments," which served as an underground inspiration for two generations of scholars and students. In it, he proposed a number of novel and creative arguments for the existence of God which have yet to receive the attention they deserve. In Two Dozen (or so) Argum...
Interesting expansion on some lesser known arguments for God. Good book. – source
Timothy KellerDec 31, 2019
Still a great book. It's by an atheist who is not a secularist. Great categories – source
Timothy KellerNov 07, 2019
Just finishing this book up. Good read. – source
Timothy KellerOct 23, 2019
Great little book on technology to help NOT just families, but everyone manage their screens and devices more thoughtfully. – source
Timothy KellerMar 05, 2019
Best book I've read recently. No, I did not get paid, nor was I contacted to say that. I mean it. – source
Timothy KellerDec 15, 2018
A renowned Puritan shows the transforming liberty which comes from seeing Christ in the gospel. An exposition of 2 Corinthians 3:17-18....
Summer Book Recommendation #7-Puritan Richard Sibbes, The Excellency of the Gospel Above the Law (‘The Sweet Dropper’). – source
Timothy KellerJul 15, 2018
John Murray said of him, "Dr. Vos is, in my judgment, the most penetrating exegete it has been my privilege to know, and I believe, the most incisive exegete that has appeared in the English-speaking world in this century." The uniqueness of Vos's emphasis on the centrality of the covenantal work of Jesus Christ in history and our possession of tha...
Summer Reading Book #4 Geerhardus Vos, Grace and Glory (Sermons) This is a hidden treasure of goodness. – source
Timothy KellerJul 07, 2018
Reading Genesis 1 and 2, we are tempted to see only problems to solve. Yet these two chapters burst with glorious truths about God, our world, and ourselves. In fact, their foundational doctrines are among the richest sources of insight as we pursue robust, sensitive, and constructive engagement with others about contemporary culture and ideas.With...
Summer Reading Book #3 Christopher Watkin, Thinking through Creation: Gen 1-2 as Tools of Cultural Critique. This is a remarkable book, from a top flight expert in post-structuralist French philosophy-meaning he understands our current cultural context. – source
Timothy KellerJul 05, 2018
The Book of Genesis is God’s autobiography and the foundation upon which all revelation rests. The purpose of this book is to give the origin of all things, including the cosmic order of the universe and the covenant relationship between God and his people. Speaking the Word from his eternal dwelling place of light, God fashioned everything from no...
The book of Genesis leaves us with a striking truth - work was part of paradise. – source
Timothy KellerApr 02, 2018
Concerning The True Care of Souls by Martin Bucer
The Universe Next Door by James W. Sire
The Valley of Vision by Arthur Bennett
Urban Ministry by Manuel Ortiz
Spiritual Depression by David Martyn Lloyd-Jones