Tim Keller on Center Church

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In a day when many thoughtful Christians are struggling to adapt their message to a post-Christian world, without selling their doctrinal birthright for a bowl of cultural-relevant porridge, Tim Keller enters the conversation with his latest book, Center Church. Drawing from three decades of reflection, Keller outlines a compelling theological vision in the hope of provoking gospel transformation. After choosing Center Church for a book award, Christianity Today asked if I would interview Pastor Keller, which I did last week. You may access the interview by clicking here.

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