In full disclosure, the video I’m about to link occurred many years ago. I believe it was 2008. But in that video we have Tim Keller being interviewed by David Eisenbach. In the noted section, Keller is asked a question about homosexuality.
Now what is concerning to me is not only his answer, but the apparent influence it has had on some people in my circle of acquaintance. I’ve heard some parrot Keller on this point. Naturally, this had led to a discussion.
In what is to follow, I’ve pasted a letter I’ve sent to one such friend. It details my thoughts about Tim Keller’s response. Given the importance of maintaining anonymity, I’ve changed some details and the name and have left out certain parts.
One more matter. Tim Keller’s view of homosexuality is not in question. He does not approve of homosexuality. This is plain from several sources. But if I could direct readers to merely one, I would point to his review of Matthew Vines’ book here.
With that said, here is the video. After that, my letter.
After reflecting on the matter of Tim Keller’s answer to Professor Eisenbach further, having listened carefully to the video again, I am very concerned. There […]