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Resources by Timothy J. Keller

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Heralds of the King: Christ-Centered Sermons in the Tradition of Edmund P. Clowney

Heralds of the King: Christ-Centered Sermons in the Tradition of Edmund P. Clowney

by Timothy J. Keller, William Edgar, Dennis E. Johnson, Joseph Ryan, Iain M. Duguid, Charles D. Drew, Arturo G. AzurdiaIII, Julius J. Kim, Joseph V. Novenson, Harvie M. Conn, Brian Vos, Joseph &# 34;Skip" and Ryan

<p>Eleven preachers with different gifts, backgrounds, and personal emphases show how they proclaim Christ from all the Scripture in a variety of contexts.</p> <p>Edmund P. Clowney (1917-2005), the late president and professor of practical theology at Westminster Theological Seminary, was a trailblazer of Christ-centered, redemptive-histori… Read more…

Coming Home: Essays on the New Heaven and New Earth

Coming Home: Essays on the New Heaven and New Earth

by Mark Dever, J. Ligon Duncan, D. A. Carson, John Piper, Timothy J. Keller, C. Jeffrey RobinsonSr., Timothy Keller, Philip Graham Ryken, Voddie BauchamJr., Augustus Lopes and Jeff RobinsonSr

Do Christians overemphasize the hope of the future to the neglect of needs in the present? Are discussions about the end times unimportant so long as we all “get to heaven” in the end? In Coming Home, a team of eight leading Bible teachers offers us a vision of the new heaven and new earth that doesn’t just impact our view of the future—it also has t… Read more…

Bloodlines (Foreword by Tim Keller): Race, Cross, and the Christian

Bloodlines (Foreword by Tim Keller): Race, Cross, and the Christian

by John Piper, Timothy J. Keller and Timothy Keller

Genocide. Terrorism. Hate crimes. In a world where racism is far from dead, is unity amidst diversities even remotely possible?Sharing from his own experiences growing up in the segregated South, pastor John Piper thoughtfully exposes the unremitting problem of racism. Instead of turning finally to organizations, education, famous personalities, or governmen… Read more…


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