Tim Keller has written a new book called ‘The Reason for God’. On the book’s website is a series of sermons Keller gave at his church Redeemer that form the basis for the book. I have not read the book yet, but I have listened to these messages and must say there is some really good stuff here. Keller is great at engaging secular presuppositions and skeptical assumptions. This is a great series of sermons and I look forward to reading his book.
The messages are:
Exclusivity: How can there only be one true religion?
Suffering: If God is good, why is there so much evil in the world?
Absolutism: Don’t we all have to find truth for ourselves?
Injustice: Hasn’t Christianity been an instrument for oppression?
Hell: Isn’t the God of the Christianity an angry judge?
Doubt: What should I do with my doubts?
Liberalism: Isn’t theBible historically unreliable and regressive?