Category: Timothy Keller

It is common to say

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It is common to say fundamentalism leads to violence, yet as we have seen, all of us have fundamental, unprovable, faith commitments that we think are superior to those of others. The real question then, is which fundamentals will lead their beleievers to be the most loving and receptive to those with whom they differ? Which set of unavoidably exclusive beliefs will lead us to humble, peace-loving behaviour?

Timothy Keller

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From the book "The Reason for God: Belief in an age of scepticism"

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God’s grace does not come

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God’s grace does not come to people who morally outperform others, but to those who admit their failure to perform and who acknowledge their need for a Saviour. Christians, then, should expect to find non believers who are much nicer, kinder, wiser and better than they are. Why? Christian believers are not accepted by God because of their moral performance, wisdom or virtue, but because of Christ’s work on their behalf.

Timothy Keller

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From the book "The Reason for God: Belief in an age of scepticism"

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