The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism Characters

Timothy Keller
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Jesus Christ

As everyone knows, Jesus Christ is the center of Christianity. Belief in Jesus Christ is essential for one to consider himself a Christian. Jesus was sent to earth by God to save man from his sin. Appearing as a man, there was a human quality in the way Jesus lived, thought, and felt. The Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John all describe how Jesus did not want to die when he was on the cross being crucified.

But Jesus on the cross was a representation of the suffering of man and of his separation from God - a tragic condition that doomed mankind. His suffering represented much more than physical pain. He illustrated to man that spiritual suffering was far more devastating than bodily pain. Jesus had all the joy and love possible but chose to suffer for man's sins so that one day he could...

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