Category Archives: Tim Keller

Tim Keller is the founder and senior pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City. He is also a best selling author of Christian books.

  • Tim Keller – Follow the Money

    Posted on June 21, 2016 by Jonathan in Fruit, Social Justice, Tim Keller.

    (Originally posted March 17, 2013) For several years now I have had conversations with members of Tim Keller’s Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City. The purpose of these conversations was to point out some of the wrong theology Tim Keller teaches.  The theme of his sermons, books and entire ministry is the gospel of cultural […]

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  • Why Tim Keller’s Views on Evolution Aren’t Biblical

    Posted on June 5, 2016 by Jonathan in Evolution, Tim Keller.

    This article is courtesy of: From a website titled ‘Worst Behaved Citizens’ (see link below), Ken Ham is not only labeled a miscreant, but placed in the same category as heinous murderers such as the Norway shooter and Qaddafi. This kind of venomous hatred is typical, and to be expected, from the left’s “progressive” […]

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  • Tim Keller’s Fruit

    Posted on October 15, 2015 by Jonathan in Fruit, Tim Keller.

    While I was a member of Tim Keller’s Redeemer church for nearly 20 years, I would sometimes have conversations with other members about the finer points of his theology and teachings. Whenever I would point something out that didn’t seem quite right (i.e. Biblical), the knee-jerk response was almost always, “You can’t argue with his fruit.” […]

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  • Tim Keller’s “Trap-Door” Theology

    Posted on March 25, 2013 by Jonathan in Tim Keller.

    by Dr. E.S. Williams The Rev. Tim Keller is one of the pillars of the New Calvinist movement. As the senior pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York, Keller claims to promote Reformed Christianity. He has served as Assistant Professor of Practical Theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, and regarded by many as a great […]

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  • The Social Gospel – Part 1

    Posted on February 26, 2013 by Jonathan in Rick Warren, Social Gospel, Tim Keller.

    Gary Gilley of Southern View Chapel, (Springfield, IL), has written an extensive and engaging two-part series on the social gospel. This article pulls together the various elements and manifestations of the social gospel, revealing its grasp on the evangelical church today. (You can view Part 2 Here) Reprinted in full, with permission Original article can […]

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  • Tim Keller Interview with Martin Bashir

    Posted on October 16, 2012 by Jonathan in Tim Keller.

    Here is the entire Veritas Forum interview of Tim Keller by Martin Bashir. 0:18 – Why did you write Reason for God now? 2:22 – Are faith and reason contradictory?

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  • Ron Choong’s Ties to Tim Keller and Choong’s Heretical Teachings

    Posted on October 2, 2012 by Jonathan in Ron Choong, Tim Keller.

    As we continue to look at the theology of Tim Keller, we’ll look at some of the people he has endorsed, promoted and otherwise been associated with.  A lot of times we are able to tell more about a pastor by who he associates with and endorses than by what he’s actually willing to say […]

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  • Tim Keller’s Social Justice

    Posted on September 25, 2012 by Jonathan in Social Justice, Tim Keller.

    (This article is re-posted with permission from by Jonathan Cousar  I was so surprised to see an article posted here – on my own website about my former pastor, Tim Keller of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City!  The author, like many, is praising Keller’s recent book, Generous Justice.  I went to Tim […]

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  • Tim Keller’s Environmental gospel

    Posted on May 14, 2012 by Jonathan in Social Gospel, Tim Keller.

    An article appearing in Tim Keller’s Redeemer Presbyterian Church’s May 2012 “Redeemer Report Newsletter” titled: “John Stott and Caring for God’s Creation”, reveals Keller’s true theological emphasis. Through this article, Keller leaves no doubt that he believes “cultural renewal”, as he often calls it, including a renewing of the environment is at the core of […]

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