The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism Setting & Symbolism

Timothy Keller
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The Bible

The Bible is the Holy Book of Christianity. The New Testament is the story of Jesus Christ.

The Gospels

The gospels found in the New Testament of the Holy Bible tell the story from first-hand accounts of Jesus, the crucifixion, and the resurrection.

The Cross

Jesus Christ was crucified on a cross. The cross has become an important symbol for Christians and holds important meaning for them.

The Crucifixion

The Crucifixion of Jesus Christ is the event in which he was nailed to a cross until his death. He sacrificed himself for mankind's sins.

The Resurrection

Three days after Jesus Christ died on the cross during his Crucifixion, he rose to live again and ascended to Heaven to be with the Father. It is known as the Resurrection.

The Trinity

Christianity believes in One God who has three identities: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit who live...

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