José A. Alvarado Jr. is a Puerto Rican photographer dedicated to documenting class inequality, civic engagement, and contemporary issues in Puerto Rico and New York City. He works primarily in long-form storytelling, using visual imagery...
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for The Wall Street Journal: Pastor Timothy Keller Speaks to the Head and the Heart
The founder of New York’s Redeemer Presbyterian Church preaches conservative Christianity to a cosmopolitan flock
As a first-year student at Bucknell University in 1968, Rev. Timothy Keller began having doubts about his faith. Growing up Lutheran in Allentown, Pa., he gathered that being a Christian simply meant trying to be good and going to church on Sundays. When he was in high school, however, his parents switched to a conservative evangelical congregation, where he was taught that being a Christian meant “surrendering” his life to Christ. By the time Dr. Keller got to college, he didn’t know what to believe. “I was trying to figure out who I was,” he recalls.