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Now in paperback, an intelligent, intellectually rigorous examination of why the Christian faith still makes sense in an age of scepticism. This book has been written for believers and non-believers ... Read full review

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The Reason for God is like CS Lewis in the 21st Century. The ideas, thoughts and arguments from the book are very profound and well thought out. The first part of the book argues why the existence of God makes more sense than any other argument. (Chapters 1-7).
1. There Can't Be Just One True Religion
2. How Could a Good God Allow Suffering?
3. Christianity Is a Straitjacket
4. The Church Is Responsible for So Much Injustice
5. How Can a Loving God Send People to Hell?
6. Science Has Disproved Christianity
7. You Can't Take the Bible Literally
The second part of the book argues why Christianity makes more sense than any other faith.
8. The Clues of God
9. The Knowledge of God
10. The Problem of Sin
11. Religion and the Gospel
12. The (True) Story of the Cross
13. The Reality of the Resurrection
14. The Dance of God
 

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A must read as Keller addresses the movement of books such as "God is not Great" and "The God Delusion." A extremely thought provoking book as Keller uses both common sense and logic to prove that we all worship, all have faith, and all need a God.

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