Tim Keller Shares the Secret to Gritty Hope

Mett Smerthurst & Tim Keller
May 11, 2021

An article about Tim Keller's latest book, written on hope, written in Keller's personal context of pancreatic cancer prognosis and treatment.

"Tim Keller has written more than 20 books, including several bestsellers. But he’s never felt more “divine guidance and help” than while writing his latest. Then again, he’s never written on death and resurrection in between treatments for pancreatic cancer..."

Source: https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/article/keller-hope/

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