Tim Keller’s Wretched Tweet Declares that God’s Grace is ‘Reckless’

Reckless: adjective. 1) (of a person or their actions) without thinking or caring about the consequences of an action.) Marked by lack of proper caution careless of consequences

When Tim Keller, founder of The Gospel Coalition and pastor of Redeemer Christian Church in New York City isn’t saying that every white person is complicit in creating the narrative that black people are dangerous and that if you have white skin, you’re involved in injustice and are part of the problem, he’s tweeting out stuff like this, which is way worse than the usual content that can be found on our Tim Keller Tweet Generator:

This morsel of especially bad theology which sounds like it could be ripped from the lyrics of a chart-topping Hillsong worship album, prompted JD Hall to respond:

That pretty much sums it up.


Enjoy our content? GREAT! Unfortunately, ad revenue for truth-telling websites has been severely hampered by censorship and de-platforming. This ministry isn't free to run, and finding people willing to support polemical theology is like trying to find a needle in a haystack.

So we have some great ways for you to EASILY support our work that will take less than 3 minutes of your time to do.
First, check our our page explaining this all at detail at https://supportpolemics.com

But in short, you can support us on Patreon and get exclusive rewards like the FULL non-truncated episodes of the bi-weely Polemics Report podcast ONLY available on your Patreon app. It's super easy to use. Get exclusive updates from JD. Get all that and support our work for only $5.95 a month. You'll also get a PAID subscription to 'The Insurgency' "banned news blasts" once a day for 50 news links to banned content you can't find in social media. For other patron tiers, you can join us live via zoom to interact with JD during the Bulldgomatic Bible study, get free theology books in the mail, and more.

Or, if you don't want to use Patreon and don't want the rewards, subscribe to 'The Insurgency' "banned news blasts" for free (three days a week) or $7 dollars a month (notice that's a dollar more than getting it through Patreon) or $70 dollars a year. Instead of you scouring the news, let our Gideon Knox News team do the news-hunting FOR YOU and it will save you time finding real news.

And finally, you can give a one time financial gift through Giving Fuel . It's also super-easy to set up and takes only minutes.

Because JD gets banned in Facebook a lot, you can also find him on Twitter here And if you're into politics, check out Montana Daily Gazette. If you just want his sermons, check out his SermonAudio feed

7 thoughts on “Tim Keller’s Wretched Tweet Declares that God’s Grace is ‘Reckless’

  1. I have reported this website for misinformation and domestic terrorism

  2. It is amazing how so many of the Christian celebrities can repeat things and platform people and ideas that are so far removed from Christian orthodoxy… just because a song or a phrase became popular.

    Greg Laurie platformed that band to sing that song during the Harvest Crusade outreach, and then the following year Laurie stated God’s “wreckless love” twice during Harvest in his comments while on stage. Do any of these Christian leaders bother looking at a dictionary or Bible before repeating popular lyrics or popularized phrases?

    And then of course come all the defenders to defend the indefensible because they don’t want the celebrities and their fans to get offended. Offending God seems to be of secondary importance among all of them.

  3. Tim Keller long ago decided to please men rather than God.
    He is a legend in his own mind.
    He is wise in his own eyes.
    The world thinks well of him.
    He professes himself to be wise.
    The wisdom of Tim is foolishness to God.
    He is a philosopher of this age.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *