Tag Archives: Tim Keller

Confessionalism, Boundaries, and Discipline

After my recent post about The Elephant Room, I feel it’s appropriate to share with you some thoughts by two of The Gospel Coalition’s council members, D.A. Carson and Tim Keller. Justin Taylor provides an abridged version, but I think the fuller post is worth reading.
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Gospel Polemics: Part 1

In light of my recent post on dealing with controversy, I thought this article from Tim Keller was worth sharing.

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Suffering, Hope, and God’s Sovereignty Over 9/11

Below is an excerpt from an article by John Starke of The Gospel Coalition. I would highly encourage you to read the whole thing. Reading articles like this is important because it shows us how God still sovereignly works throughout history to prepare His people to be a light toward those around them, even in the darkest of times.

The smell. That’s what everyone in New York City remembers from that horrible day 10 years ago.

“There was a strange smell hanging in the air, which was some strange putrid burnt chemical smell,” one resident remembers. “The air felt thick and unclean to breathe. The smell lasted for weeks.” Those in New York during the September 11 attacks all have vivid memories of watching the smoke-spewing towers, fleeing the chaos in Lower Manhattan, or fearing for friends and family who worked in the business district. But everyone I talked to remembers the smell.

“I remember the smoke from downtown, visible everywhere for days,” recalls Tim Keller, pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan. “And the stench, the unique smell that also lasted for days. You could smell it everywhere. No one asked what the smell came from. We didn’t want to know.”

Read the rest at The Gospel Coalition.