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Timothy Keller
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"Religion has led to untold strife, division, and conflict. It may be the greatest enemy of peace in the world. If Christians continue to insist that they have 'the truth'—and if other religions do this as well—the world will never know peace" (Chapter 1, p. 3).

"Christianity has within itself remarkable power to explain and expunge the divisive tendencies within the human heart" (Chapter 1, p. 18).

"Truth is a thing of this world. It is produced only by multiple forms of constraint and that includes the regular effects of power" (Chapter 3, p. 37).

"The Bible says that God's wrath flows from his love and delight in his creation. He is angry at evil and injustice because it is destroying its peace and integrity." (Chapter 5, p. 73).

"Dawkins said very famously that 'although atheism might have been logically tenable before Darwin, Darwin made it possible to be an intellectually fulfilled...

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