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Salvo 41

Salvo 41

Department: Blip — Topic: ChristianitySalvo #41

Come & Believe

A Review of Making Sense of God: An Invitation to the Skeptical by Timothy Keller by Terrell Clemmons


In 1989, Timothy Keller moved with his wife Kathy and their three young sons to New York City to become the founding pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Manhattan, arguably one of the most secular cities on the planet. From its founding, Redeemer sought to be a church that was open to people seeking answers regarding faith, and one where they would feel safe inviting their skeptical friends to come along.

This ministry focus has led Redeemer to hold weekly discussion sessions specifically for . . .


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