Tag Timothy Keller

8 Reasons Redeemer Multiplied Instead Of Remaining A Megachurch

Since a personal turning point in 2016, I’ve become increasingly suspicious of the church growth movement, megachurches, and evaluating ministry success by church size or metrics. Since then I’ve written...

Doodle: What's Wrong With 'Gentle And Lowly'?

Since its publication in April 2020, Dane Ortlund’s Gentle And Lowly has received countless plaudits and quite remarkable fanfare. Tim Challies didn’t only list it in his top 10 books...

Practical Implications Of God's Oneness And Threeness

A few weeks back I started what I hope will be a short series on the Trinity. In writing, there is no shortage of material regarding God as Trinity. But...

Dominus Regnavit: Donald Trump and the Idolatry of Politics

Last week Wednesday signified a paradigmatic shift for America and perhaps the whole world. Though I personally followed the electoral race closely, in TIME – explaining my incredulity that Donald...

What Easter Teaches Us About Prayer

Timothy Keller muses, in Prayer, “It is remarkable that in all of his writings Paul’s prayers for his friends contain no appeals for changes in their circumstances. It is certain...

Three books from 2012

It is no secret: there are times when I love books more than people. Because I spend so much time reading I thought that I should offer some book suggestions,...