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Tim Keller

Tim Keller, founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, is a popular author and speaker, renowned for winsome, reasoned defenses of Christianity that have led some to compare him with C. S. Lewis. Keller has inspired a generation of Christians to take their faith into America’s urban and cultural centers, planting churches in the heart of some of the country’s most stubbornly secular territory.

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  • Kate Bachelder: God Isn’t Dead in Gotham - WSJ
    “Religion is not in decline so much as inherited religion is in decline—religion that you’re born into. So if you’re Swedish, you’re Lutheran, If you’re Polish, you’re Catholic. If you’re Scottish, you’re Presbyterian. If you’re American,” Mr. Keller adds, “You go to the church of your choice; that’s what it means to be an American.”
  • Make Way for the Metro-Evangelical
    'You go to the city to reach the culture,' says New York City pastor Timothy J. Keller (Andy Crouch, The Wall Street Journal)

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