Tim Keller, founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, is a popular author and speaker, renowned for winsome, reasoned defenses of Christianity that have led some to compare him with C. S. Lewis. Keller has inspired a generation of Christians to take their faith into America’s urban and cultural centers, planting churches in the heart of some of the country’s most stubbornly secular territory.
How Tim Keller Found Manhattan
The pastor of Redeemer Church is becoming an international figure because he's a local one.
A New Kind of Urban Christian
As the city goes, so goes the culture.
Tim Keller Reasons with America
The New York pastor explains why he's taking his ministry model on the road.
Interview by Susan Wunderink|
- The Russell Moore ShowEpisode 44|33minJesus Encounters Us in ScriptureListener questions on the resurrection, biblical interpretation, and theological differences in marriage.Russell Moore|
- Tim Keller and Beth Moore, On and Off the StageBoth leaders have huge followings. But how well do we really know them?Lucy S. R. Austen|
- Tim Keller Calls on God’s ‘Providential Oversight’ Amid Treatment for New TumorsThree years into his pancreatic cancer diagnosis, the New York pastor will undergo immunotherapy again.Kate Shellnutt|
- TGC’s Keller Center Is for Apologists Without All the AnswersExecutive director Collin Hansen: In a post-Christian context, the church is challenged to collaborate—and humbly pray—for new strategies in its witness.Interview by Megan Fowler|
- The Russell Moore ShowEpisode 33|41minBest of Books 2022Russell and producer Ashley Hales talk all things reading.Russell Moore|
- The Russell Moore ShowEpisode 27|50minTim Keller Says Forgiveness Is Key to Christian WitnessHow to let go of resentment without sacrificing justice.Russell Moore|
- What’s Wrong with Winsomeness?The fruit of the Spirit still apply in a hostile culture.Russell Moore|
- The Rise and Fall of Mars HillEpisode 16|1 hr 2minBonus Episode: A Conversation with Tim KellerMike Cosper sits down with Tim Keller for reflections on leadership, the trouble with networks, and the essential need for communion with God.Mike Cosper |
- The Rise and Fall of Mars HillEpisode 6|1 hrThe BrandThe internet and new gospel partnerships fueled church growth in the early 2000s, but bigger isn’t always better.
- CultivatedEpisode 5|32minRich Lowry on Where Conservatism Goes From HereDonald Trump transformed conservative and evangelical politics. What comes next?Michael Cosper|