Last year some controversy erupted among UK evangelicals because of a somewhat negative review of Tim Keller's The Reason for God in the popular evangelical monthly The Briefing (The particular issue in question can be sourced here). The issue then was the purported distortion of penal substitutionary atonement and the underplaying of God's wrath by Keller. I think on initial reflection that criticism of Keller was accurate although not that easy to demonstrate (as the ensuing letters and riposte from the Briefing demonstrated).
Last month though Keller was giving a public interview, and his answers then patently demonstrated a distinct lack of clarity on a key Gospel issue. He was asked:
As a church, how should we as Christians and how should the church view gay rights and gay marriage?
His answer (not for the first time) was very much like Manuel's in Faulty Towers "I know nothing" (listen from about 79'00)
HT: Bayly Blog