Author Archives: Tim Keller
Some would say that cultural engagement is not a proper goal for Christians. That would be a mistake.
Only if their imagination is captured will most give a fair hearing to the strong arguments for the truth of Christianity.
Deeper knowledge of sin leads to richer rejoicing in grace.
We have too many layers of self-justification to grow without hard knocks.
While our faults always seem small to us due to the natural self-justification of the heart, you can be sure they don’t look so small to others.
A recent article on the Huffington Post reported on a discussion among journalists about how younger evangelicals view the issue of same-sex marriage.
Bad doctrine is harmful to your health.
I can easily imagine some (especially younger) preachers will aspire to imitate my method and miss the underlying principle.
A gospel-energized ministry does not need to have fans who are emotionally dependent on the leaders.
Anyone who cannot obey God’s command to observe the Sabbath is a slave, even a self-imposed one.