Tag: Tim Keller

  • How To Correctly Understand The Bible

    This last week I have run into two resources that have put helpful words to a thought I’ve been trying to communicate: the necessity of community, and especially studied and experienced teachers within that community, and wider connection to good resources outside your community in order to correctly understand the meaning of the Bible. There…

  • It is not love that sustains the marriage, but marriage that sustains the love.

    “It is not your love that sustains the marriage, but from now on, the marriage that sustains your love.” – Dietrich Bonhoeffer My three favorite author/theologian/teachers expound this idea in this video. Piper, Carson, and Keller on Sustaining the Covenant of Marital Love from The Gospel Coalition on Vimeo.

  • Tim Keller Interviewed by Jim Daily of Focus on the Family

    Really really enjoyed this episode of Focus on the Family. Keller talks about how we tend to idolize the family and replace The Gospel with “Family Values”. Love seeing the Gospel brought to a conservative and religious audience. We need it just as much as an unbeliever. Very helpful word here. Part 1 Part 2

  • Where your treasure is, there your heart is also.

    Yesterday, during the midst of announcement of all the shiny new Apple computers, a quote slid across my desk (via Twitter) that stopped me dead in my tracks. Tim Challies posted a quote from Tim Keller, and I don’t think the timing was accidental. > “Your money flows most effortlessly toward your heart’s greatest love.”…