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

Editorial Review - - Evelyn Bence

In its hardcover edition, THE REASON FOR GOD landed on the New York Times bestseller list. That in itself tells you that someone is noticing. And it helps that author Timothy Keller is founder and pastor of a church in Manhattan. In 20 years without a lot of “bells and whistles” the Presbyterian congregation has grown to encompass more than 5,000 worshipers, primarily young adults who gather for ... Read full review

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User Review  - georgee53 -

A sensible, modern version, of the argument for the existence of God, based on the 'best explanation for what there is', approach. Deals with various counterarguments based on the traditional problem of evil. Philosophical jargon rare. Compare with C S Lewis. Read full review

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Other than the Bible, this is my favorite book.
"The Reason For God"'s treatment of today's cultural beliefs and assumptions is as masterfully done as it is long overdue.
It's an outstanding resource for presenting the Gospel to people whose world view is enslaved to this kind of misunderstanding.
Aside from dealing with intellectual questions, the book's presentation of the gospel has the power to touch hearts.
Using frank language, it communicates Biblical judgement, forgiveness, and restoration with poetic beauty.

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