A Seminary Snubs a Presbyterian Pastor (WSJ)

Princeton Theological Seminary announced earlier this month that it would award the Rev. Tim Keller its Kuyper Prize for Excellence in Reformed Theology and Public Witness. The seminary lauded Mr. Keller for his commitment to spreading Christianity in cities, his bestselling books on religion, and his work helping to launch hundreds of churches in dozens of cities. But thanks to some of his conservative views, Mr. Keller’s warm welcome didn’t last long.

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This editorial originally published in The Wall Street Journal on Friday, March 24, 2017. Excerpt and link published with permission.

Dr. Case Thorp is the Senior Associate Pastor at the First Presbyterian Church of Orlando and founder of The Collaborative for Cultural and Economic Renewal.