The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism - Chapter 14 and Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Timothy Keller
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Chapter 14 and Epilogue Summary and Analysis

The Bible is often referred to as a four-act drama: creation, fall, redemption, and restoration. Christianity is the only world faith that teaches that God is a trinity or one God who exists in three persons: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. These three identities glorify one another in a mutually self-sacrificing love. Their glorification of each other results in a kind of dynamic dance. Love and joy springs from the triune. When people say God is Love what they mean is that God wants man to experience love.

God created man in order to share the infinite joy of mutual love and glorification. If we choose to join in God's "dance" we can share in his joy and love. In Genesis 3, the fall of man is described. Adam and Eve disobeyed God. As a result of original...

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