Timothy Keller started and leads the Reformed Church in New York City.
I have listened to dozens of Timothy Keller sermons, and find his reasoning and spiritual insight to be among the most perceptive of the theologians of our day.
Keller discusses issues that are sometimes controversial, and takes a loving, but unashamedly Biblical view on matters. Keller likewise delves into mundane matters, and transforms them with a Christian perspective. I appreciate that Keller is non-biased politically, when speaking or writing from the pulpit, which means you will not find either party endorsed in this book. Instead, Keller encourages political action in a way that will not alienate or divide his congregation. (but these are just a few of the issues he takes on...)
I would mostly recommend this book to someone fairly new to Christianity, or someone who is not a Christian but wants to better understand the Christian argument from the other side.
I would also recommend this book to someone looking to grow as a Christian. I think Timothy Keller would make a good mentor for Christian maturity for some people.
The only problem is there are no divisions of chapters that correlate with the actual book itself, which has 15 chapters total. This audio has 5 chapters. Otherwise, Keller has a great narration voice and very interesting material.
I love books and audiobooks.
One of the premises of this book from the start is the notion that the Bible is infallible. I don't buy into that premise. I had to stop listening and wish I could get my money back. I should have done more research on the author before I downloaded this audio.