Tim Keller: False Teacher
Tim Keller is a well-known Calvinist author who was the founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City. He also co-founded The Gospel Coalition website which is a strictly Calvinistic left-wing opinion site masquerading as a ministry. They have made headlines by promoting Hillary Clinton and attacking President Trump. However, it is most notable that Tim Keller holds to Marxist views and follows left-wing culture more than the Bible.
The following are just a few samples of heresy from this fraud.
• He promotes fornication and sexual deviancy: Tim Keller’s Redeemer Church hosted an event where speaker Rebecca McLaughlin said, “I think I probably have far more love for my close female friends than the average woman in a lesbian relationship, quite frankly. We need to do all the love stuff the Bible calls us to do,” and, “We must repent of the actual homophobia we have allowed to thrive in our churches for years,” and, “I am just starting to get very interested in trans-gender thinking… Recognize that for some people this is a deep part of their human experience. It’s easy for us who have never experienced gender dysphoria to be dismissive.”
• He entirely rejects sections of Bible: He said, “I believe Noah’s flood happened, but that it was a regional flood, not a world-wide flood…those who insist on it being a world-wide flood seem to ignore too much the scientific evidence that there was no such thing.”
• In his 2012 book, Every Good Endeavor, he praised former Communist Party member Robert Bellah’s critique of individualism.
• In 2018 he helped launch the website Living Out which is meant to help churches be more inclusive of sexual immorality.
• The Gospel Coalition compared mass shooter Dylan Roof (who shot up a black church) to Kyle Rittenhouse (who defended himself from multiple violent attackers).
• The Gospel Coalition has said that professional obligations should override personal moral concerns regarding donating to Planned Parenthood.
• And on and on and on……
Please avoid Tim Keller.
Here's a longer article with more information if you're interested: https://enemieswithinthechurch.com/2020/08/22/tim-keller-and-progressive-evangelicalism/