Tim Keller On Hospice

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12 Responses

  1. Alan says:

    We’ve reached the place where we have no notable spiritual leaders to unite us. He made a difference and will be missed.

  2. Alex says:

    I respect the man. He has handled his illness well, something I am quite familiar with, and it is not easy. Not at all with Stage IV.
    He has been a man of God. I pray he sees his Jesus soon.

  3. Kristi Aldinger says:

    Russ Dizdar…. Dr. Michael Heiser…. Just this past Monday my pastor who helped me to trust in church again Al Fredrich. God is bringing so many teachers home during this time… that speaks volumes to me.

  4. Michael says:

    Alex,

    In his tradition one of the foremost jobs of a pastor is to teach his people to die well.
    He is doing just that…he has finished well and his reward is waiting.

  5. Michael says:

    Kristi,

    You have a point…especially considering the replacements…

  6. Officerhoppy says:

    Too much bad news today The shooting of 3 elderly woman and a cop in New Mexico and now this.

  7. Michael says:

    Big wreck up in Albany that took 7…

  8. Linn says:

    Tim Keller brought a depth and scholarship to his theology that most don’t have anymore. He also appealed to a generation that had almost abandoned the church. I wish him well on his journey to see Jesus. 😢

  9. Captain Kevin says:

    The expected negative comments will say way more about the commenters than their intended target.

    It can’t be denied that Keller’s objective has always been to point people to Jesus.

  10. Robin says:

    He was tweeting a lot prior to this, and the responses to him were so bad. It’s like he worked and interacted with people right up until this diagnosis. God have mercy on him, he is a good man. I remember around 2010 or so when he was widely respected, he was part of the Gospel coalition. How we have changed!

  11. Captain Kevin says:

    Robin, unfortunately, a huge swath of “evangelicals” cannot fathom that someone with whom we disagree, whether in the fine points of theology or methodology, can still be loved as a brother or sister in the Lord.

    RIP Brother Tim.

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