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

Timothy Keller
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Christianity Can Respond to All Doubts

For each argument against faith, Keller provides the antidote in the form of a Christian response. In the very first chapter, Keller lays out the the major issues about Christianity that are problematic to the non-believers. He describes each criticism and the reasons why people hold their views. But Keller abandons his unbiased, tit-for-tat manner when at the end of the chapter he concludes the question of the one true religion with a sub-section entitled, "Christianity Can Save the World."

Keller leads the reader through the debates about Christianity that have been raging for literally centuries, in fact, since the time Jesus lived on earth. At every turn, Keller instructs, shows the benefit of faith and provides proof that Christianity is the one true religion. He effectively rebuts the doubters who contend that all religions have merit and each one has part of...

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