Seven Reasons for the Rev. Dr. Keller’s Profound Influence

Law & Liberty
June 15, 2023

Dave Barfield in Law & Liberty explains why the passing of reform-evangelical pastor and academic Timothy Keller caused such fervour, and not merely among adherents. Keller’s influence extended far beyond his church which, despite the odds, survived in Manhattan. Barfield asserts that Keller’s unique ability to bridge the gap between academia and believers shaped culture both within his camp and outside.

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