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Tim Keller in Relevant: You will Never Marry the Right Person


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Tim Keller’s review of Vine’s “God and the Gay Christian” and Wilson’s “Letter”

Tim Keller’s Piece Matthew Vine’s Response Ken Wilson’s response JRD Kirk on the Jesus and the Canaanite Woman and Tim Keller’s Response

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Tim Keller Quote on Truth and Love

The reason that marriage is so painful and yet wonderful is because it is a reflection of the gospel, which is painful and wonderful at once. The gospel is this: We are more sinful and flawed in ourselves than we … Continue reading

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There Really Was A Tree

Tolkien’s Euchatastrophe and Leaf by Niggle from Tim Keller’s Every Good Endeavor

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Will Natural CRC and RCA Factionalism Stall Collaboration or Can It Become A Space to Seek Revival From?

The Bible as A Record of Squabbling for the LORD A majority of the Bible is occupied by tussling between people who consciously profess allegiance to the LORD or over which the LORD lays formal claim. The LORD makes covenant with patriarchs and tries to … Continue reading

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How We Don’t Live Out Our Confessionality, Why it is Unintelligible and Offensive to Many, and Why We Need to Stop It

How does a Common Cultural North American understand a church “confession”? Tim Keller in a video on his book  Center Church talks about the common baseline assumptions North Americans have with respect to God and religion. He describes it in … Continue reading

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Tim Keller: “Our Call: Holy Living”

Notes I’m taking on Tim Keller’s sermon “Our Call: Holy Living” from 1 Peter 1:13-16 preached on May 18,2014 Becoming a Christian doesn’t mean just “turning over a new leaf”, but Jesus Christ’s resurrection power comes into our lives. That’s … Continue reading

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