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Tim Keller

Tim Keller ( - )

Listen to freely downloadable audio sermons by the speaker Tim Keller in mp3 format. Is an American Christian apologist, author, speaker, and the founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, New York. He is the author of several books, including The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism, which garnered awards from World Magazine and Christianity Today and was No. 7 on The New York Times Best Seller list for non-fiction in March 2008.

He was ordained by the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) and served as a pastor in Virginia for nine years, while serving as director of church planting for the PCA. He also served on the faculty of Westminster Theological Seminary, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he and his wife Kathy were involved in urban ministry and he continues as an adjunct professor of practical theology. Keller is a co-founder of The Gospel Coalition, a group of Reformed leaders from around the United States.

 A Spirit Hath Not Flesh and Bones by Tim Keller

Topic: Easter
Scripture(s): Luke 24:37-43  
Description: The Easter story tells us of a new beginning after disaster - that after death there is life. If you spiritualize the resurrection of Jesus, you will have comfort but not the truth. The message of Easter is that right now, Jesus has flesh and bones. This changes the way you think, the way you live, and the way you feel.
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 A World of Idols by Tim Keller

Topic: Gospel
Scripture(s): Acts 17:16-34  
Description: The gospel should change not just our inner being but also the way we relate to the outside world. Paul engaged with society every day. He was distressed, indignant and compassionate about the Athenians' beliefs, but he kept his eyes on the cross to inform his words. He recognized their idols and raised up Jesus as the only true God.
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 Absolutism: Don't we all have to find truth for ourselves? by Tim Keller

Topic: Absolutism
Scripture(s): Galatians 2:4-16  
Description: In today's society, absolute truth is thought of to be the enemy of freedom. But truth is more important than you think, freedom is a lot more complex than you think, and Jesus is a lot more liberating than you think. Surrendering to God's absolute truth gives you a deeper, richer freedom in every area, without oppression.
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 And Kissed Him by Tim Keller

Topic: Gospel
Scripture(s): Luke 15:11-24  
Description: When God forgives of our sins, he assertively initiates the process of reconciliation even before we ask his forgiveness. The essence of God's forgiveness is that he absorbs the debt of our sinfulness upon Himself in Jesus Christ, rather than requiring us to repay the debt through our moral efforts. Because God sees us for who we are in Jesus and not who we are as sinners, we are empowered to become a community that doesn't bear grudges, belittle those who have hurt us, or force people to carry the sins of their past with them forever.
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 Converted by The Spirit by Tim Keller

Topic: Conversion
Scripture(s): Acts 10:27-47  
Description: Keller addresses three important principles about Christian conversion. First, we are not capable of finding God unless we experience spiritual conversion initiated by God. Second, Christian conversion is not a call to morality and religion; it is a challenge to morality and religion. Third, conversion happens by the transformation of the Holy Spirit.
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 Exclusivity: How can there be just one true religion? by Tim Keller

Topic: Exclusivity
Scripture(s): 1 John 4:1-10  
Description: Religion poses a danger of creating division or intolerance between groups of people. However, the gospel lead us to three things: humble service, reconciling behavior that is neither patronizing nor self-righteous, and a love toward people who hold different beliefs than we do.
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 Give Me Mine by Tim Keller

Topic: Prodigal Son
Scripture(s): Luke 15:11-14  
Description: The Parable of the Prodigal Son is a story about how idolatry erodes community. We often become guilty of idolatry when we place our ultimate desire in getting things from God rather than in God himself. Only when we are captivated by the beauty of the gospel can we be changed by it in such a way that we love God and other people more than ourselves.
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 Hell: Isn't the God of Christianity an angry Judge? by Tim Keller

Topic: Hell
Scripture(s): Luke 16:19-31  
Description: The Christian understanding of hell gives us insight into the danger of our own hearts. It also gives us resources to live in peace in the world, and to know the love of God who suffered hell for us.
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 Nakedness & the Holiness of God by Tim Keller

Topic: Holiness Of God
Scripture(s): Genesis 3:7-24  
Description: We were created perfect in a perfect world. Adam and Eve rebelled against God's rule, which resulted in sin, shame, and nakedness. Ever since, we have been trying to cover our nakedness and hide our true selves from God, ourselves, and other people. We can never adequately deal with our nakedness, but God has come into our wrecked world to provide a perfect cover for us.
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 Suffering: If God is good, why is there so much evil in the world? by Tim Keller

Topic: Suffering
Scripture(s): 1 Peter 1:3-12  
Description: In the midst of evil and suffering, abandoning your faith will neither help you handle suffering nor understand God. By looking back to Jesus’ death on the cross and looking ahead to the hope of a new heavens and new earth, we can understand God’s overwhelming love for us and the promise that victory will swallow up evil and death.
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 Tears by Tim Keller

Topic: Tears
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 The Gospel by Tim Keller

Topic: Gospel
Scripture(s): Isaiah 53:4-11  
Description: The gospel is not moral conformity, which is religion, nor is it self-discovery, which is secularism. The gospel is something else altogether ¬ó a grid through which we see the world. There are three results of the gospel: the restructuring of our hearts, the removal of our sin, and the reversal of our values.
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