Tim Keller - Losing My Religion - Why Christians Should Drop Their Religion

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    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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  2. What can Christianity contribute to British society today? - Tim Keller by Christians In Parliament | Free Listening on SoundCloud

    Stream What can Christianity contribute to British society today? - Tim Keller by Christians In Parliament from desktop or your mobile device

    https://soundcloud.com/christiansinparliament/what-can-christianity-contribute-to-british-society-today-tim-keller

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  3. Conservative Christianity after the Christian Right - Ethics & Public Policy Center

    Some of the nation’s leading journalists gathered in South Beach, Miami in March 2013 for EPPC’s semi-annual Faith Angle Forum on Religion, Politics, & Public Life. Dr. Timothy Keller, founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, presented on the topic, “Conservative Christianity after the Christian Right.”

     

    Click here to view the transcript of this presentation.

     

     

     

    Listen to Dr. Keller’s presentation:

    http://www.eppc.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Keller-Audio.mp3 

    Q&A Part 1:http://www.eppc.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Keller-QA.mp3

     

    Q&A Part 2:

    http://www.eppc.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/KellerQAPart2.mp3 

    http://eppc.org/event/conservative-christianity-after-the-christian-right/

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  4. Conservative Christianity after the Christian Right - Ethics & Public Policy Center

    Some of the nation’s leading journalists gathered in South Beach, Miami in March 2013 for EPPC’s semi-annual Faith Angle Forum on Religion, Politics, & Public Life. Dr. Timothy Keller, founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, presented on the topic, “Conservative Christianity after the Christian Right.”

     

    Click here to view the transcript of this presentation.

     

     

     

    Listen to Dr. Keller’s presentation:

    http://www.eppc.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Keller-Audio.mp3 

    Q&A Part 1:http://www.eppc.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Keller-QA.mp3

     

    Q&A Part 2:

    http://www.eppc.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/KellerQAPart2.mp3 

    http://eppc.org/event/conservative-christianity-after-the-christian-right/

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  5. Conservative Christianity after the Christian Right - Ethics & Public Policy Center

    Some of the nation’s leading journalists gathered in South Beach, Miami in March 2013 for EPPC’s semi-annual Faith Angle Forum on Religion, Politics, & Public Life. Dr. Timothy Keller, founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, presented on the topic, “Conservative Christianity after the Christian Right.”

     

    Click here to view the transcript of this presentation.

     

     

     

    Listen to Dr. Keller’s presentation:

    http://www.eppc.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Keller-Audio.mp3 

    Q&A Part 1:http://www.eppc.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Keller-QA.mp3

     

    Q&A Part 2:

    http://www.eppc.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/KellerQAPart2.mp3 

    http://eppc.org/event/conservative-christianity-after-the-christian-right/

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