Your future self will always see your present self as unwise and immature. That means you are currently unwise and immature right now.
— June 5, 2017
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There are not many things I truly loath in this world. Cauliflower is one of them.
— April 10, 2017
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Never met a piece of broccoli I actually liked.
— October 22, 2015
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In case anyone was wondering, I still hate broccoli.
— July 14, 2017
Dr. Timothy Keller seems like a truly humble guy… And he’s got a sense of humor! These quotes are just a few of my favorite Tim Keller devotionals. (Just kidding…) If you don’t know Tim Keller, he is a Pastor who founded Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City.
In my opinion, he is logical, well-read, and thoughtful. One of the things I enjoy about his sermons and writings is that he refers to a large variety of resources. This includes things like mythology, poetry, atheists, news articles, history, and so much more. He is able to hear opinions, thoughts, desires, and motives from different campgrounds through different times and talk about and find the gospel through and in it all. I want to invite you to learn more about God and the gospel through some of his ministries. And yes, that includes those are who are skeptical about Christianity!
If you want to pick up a good book, check out Tim Keller’s books. You’ll see that his books have high ratings! Also, if you’re a skeptic or a Christian with some doubts and questions about Christianity, I would recommend the book The Reason for God. You can find his books on Amazon : https://www.amazon.com/Timothy-Keller/e/B001H6SAQW/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_1?qid=1503502663&sr=8-1
Here are some of his older sermons available on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/gospelinlife
Skeptics are welcome! In this video, Tim Keller briefly shares how both skeptics and Christians can and should ask the same questions about faith. “Doubt is quite natural.” Other free resources related to skepticism and doubt are included, like a list of recommended books and sermons: https://www.redeemer.com/skeptics_welcome/
He also co-founded the Gospel Coalition or TGC. TGC has articles on current events (like matters on race, the solar eclipse, etc.), arts and culture (like matters on Darwin, Bob Dylan, etc.), Christian living, ministry, Bible & theology, and faith & work. Check out their website and articles here: https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/
Lastly, he’s also on Twitter 🙂 : https://twitter.com/timkellernyc
Just wanted to share some resources and how you can learn more about Christianity. Let me know if you have any questions about Christianity or if you need recommendations for other resources. God bless!