The Reason For God By Timothy Keller Analysis

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Timothy Keller stated, “My friends, when God’s presence comes into your life full of selfishness with his love, full of power with your anxiety, there’s going to be a clash.” The book The Reason for God: Belief in an age of Skepticism by Timothy Keller is a book that should be read by believers in God, and unbelievers as well. This book helps all people knock down the barrier between themselves and God in order to grow a relationship with Him. Timothy Keller is the pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church that he started in 1989, and is also Chairman of Redeemer City to City. He is prepared with the tools to help people strengthen their belief in God, as well as open their eyes to the Christian God. Timothy Keller wrote The Reason for God to try to show both sides of unbelief and how religion can be supported even in…show more content…
as one of his examples in this chapter. He writes, “He called white Christians to be more true to their own beliefs and to realize what the Bible really teaches… If everything is relative, there would have been no incentive for white people in the South to give up their power.” His argument is that Christianity calls for people to be moral and have values. Keller shows that a world without religion would not have rules or regulations, which shows a need for Christianity. His response shows that the world is influenced by religion more than people think. Chapter five is titled “How Can a Loving God Send People to Hell?” Critics of Christianity find it hard to understand why God would condemn people to eternal suffering. Keller’s response is that God does not chose to send people to Hell, people chose to live a life separate from God. Chapter six discusses the topic of science and Christianity. The argument that is brought is that science has disproved the need for Christianity. Keller responds by saying that Christianity does not have to be at war with science, and that a person can believe in both

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