Category Archives: Tim Keller

Tim Keller defines Expository Preaching

Every now and then, I find myself working through a book on preaching.  This time around I’m working through Tim Keller’s Preaching: Communication Faith in an Age of Skepticism.  Keller is one of those pastor-authors that I enjoy reading: experience, … Continue reading

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Tim Keller on Preaching: Wonderful Author but Poor Practitioner

Timothy “Tim” Keller, pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, NY, has a new book out on preaching. Those who have read Keller’s works know that he is a very insightful author.  His works are not rushed. They are very thoughtful and … Continue reading

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The Dehumanizing Effects of Idolatry

What is idolatry? In his excellent work Counterfeit Gods, Tim Keller says that idolatry “is anything more important to you than God, anything that absorbs your heart and imagination more than God, anything you seek to give you what only God can … Continue reading

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“Walking with God Through Pain and Suffering” by Tim Keller

I’m about to order this book.  My ministry continues to put me in the path of people who are going through pain and suffering.  I’m always looking for helpful resources. ****** Publisher’s Description “This is a dark world. There are … Continue reading

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