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Tim Keller is the senior pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church (PCA) in Manhattan, New York. He is also co-founder (with Don Carson) and vice president of The Gospel Coalition. For more resources by Keller visit Redeemer City to City.
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.
To furnish our hearts with more assurance of God's love is the ultimate purpose of the Institutes.
Catechism teaches a lost art---the art of meditation and slow reflection.
New catechisms are always needed to present doctrine in ways that equip people to address the idols and answer the errors of the age.
Our people desperately need richer, more comprehensive instruction. Returning to catechesis---now---is one important way to give it.