The Reason for God: Belief in an Age of Skepticism Topics for Discussion

Timothy Keller
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Explain the the reasoning behind the arguments that some critics take on religious faith: outlawing religion; condemning religion; and, keeping religion completely private.

How does Keller explain a loving God that allows suffering in the world he created?

What explanations does the author provide about the injustice and even wars that the church has been involved in over time?

Describe the intersection of science and faith. How has faith disproved the existence a loving god? What diverse opinions do scientists have about faith?

Why do critics argue that the Bible can't be taken seriously? How are these arguments countered?

Explain what the author means by the concept of moral obligation.

What is the importance of the gospels in Christianity? What are the Gnostic Gospels and how do they differ from the original gospels?

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