Tag Archives: Timothy Keller

Book Review: Walking With God Through Pain And Suffering

Walking With God Through Pain And Suffering, by Timothy Keller This is another sort of book that is an occupational hazard of being a Christian of a particular personal background.  For fairly transparently obvious personal reasons, I tend to read … Continue reading

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Book Review: Counterfeit Gods

Counterfeit Gods:  The Empty Promises Of Money, Sex, And Power, and The Only Hope That Matters, by Timothy Keller For all of his faults, you cannot claim that the author here merely speaks to the itching ears of his audience.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: Prayer

Prayer:  Experiencing Awe And Intimacy With God, by Timothy Keller One of the occupational hazards of reading and reviewing a lot of books by Christian authors is the fact that there are a lot of books about very particular subjects.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Meaning Of Marriage

The Meaning Of Marriage:  Facing The Complexities Of Commitment With The Wisdom Of God, by Timothy Keller with Kathy Keller I have to hand it to the writer(s) for not avoiding a tough subject.  Writing about marriage is no easy … Continue reading

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Book Review: Preaching

Preaching:  Communicating Faith In An Age Of Skepticism, by Timothy Keller When one reads a book like this one can get a ready sense of the border between style and strictures.  More than a decade ago I gave a speech … Continue reading

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Book Review: Every Good Endeavor

Every Good Endeavor:  Connecting Your Work To God’s Work, by Timothy Keller In our contemporary day and age the problem of work and the dignity of work is a matter of considerable importance.  This has been true at all places … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Prodigal Prophet

The Prodigal Prophet:  Jonah And The Mystery Of God’s Mercy, by Timothy Keller In this short and easy-to-read book, the author makes an interesting commentary on the book of Job and its applicability for contemporary believers by comparing Job’s actions … Continue reading

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Book Review: Judges For You

Judges For You, edited from the study by Timothy Keller This book was not quite what I expected it to be.  I expected a somewhat intellectual discussion of the relevance of the Bible’s judges for believers and how that related … Continue reading

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Book Review: Jesus The King

Jesus The King:  Understanding The Life And Death Of The Son Of God, by Timothy Keller Reviewing this book gives me an opportunity to engage in one of my favorite rants regarding publishing.  If this book is viewed in isolation, … Continue reading

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Book Review: King’s Cross

King’s Cross:  The Story Of The World In The Life Of Jesus, by Timothy Keller When one reads quite a few books by an author, as is the case with me, one can understand certain patterns that take place.  For … Continue reading

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