Tim Keller’s legacy church is wrought with compromise. A church that is part of the traditionally conservative PCA, problems range from its members converting to Catholicism to a low view of biblical authority–Keller is a theistic evolutionist.
In November of 2016, under the pastoral leadership of Keller, during the offertory portion of worship, Redeemer offers up an effeminate dance routine with three men, Ethan Fuller, Ghaleb Kayali, and Lars Nelson, prancing around on stage dressed in tight, white clothing and acting in such a manner that is, well, let’s say, less than appropriate for a Christian church.
Does Redeemer honestly believe that this is somehow glorifying to God? Men acting like girls prancing around in prairie chasing butterflies and grabbing each other’s waists?
Be watchful, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong. –1 Corinthians 16:13
See video below (Warning! May be hard on your eyes).
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