Awesome read for those who want a logical approach to faith in God. I would recommend it especially for Christians who have doubts about their faith, they will get an abundance of reasoning and evidence!!
Keller does a phanominal job breaking down the reason for God. A non-argumentative form of apologetics which appeals to reason alongside faith and not afraid to admit though truths to hard questions
While I don't believe that anyone has ever been argued into faith, anyone willing to explore the rational and logical proofs that our faith is real will find this book to be profound. It clearly and systematically exposes that the "secular wisdom and logic" that repudiates the Christian faith and doctrine is consistently shallow and weak.
This is a wonderful book to give to anyone who loves apologetics or those intellectually seeking or exploring their faith. Without question it has the ability to be a life changer.
As a Christian, this book bolstered my faith by providing me with solid evidence for God's existence. As Keller explains in The Reason for God, no single argument will ever be 100% bullet proof to the critic's scrutiny. However, the sum of them is compelling. Timothy's use of stories and examples provide a platform from which to relate. Timothy kept me interested enough to listen to it twice, the second time taking notes. Highly recommended to Christians, critics, and those who are seeking the solution to the void in their life.
Such a wonderful way of approaching skepticism about the Christian faith. Tim keller's narration of his own text really reveals the father's heart of love towards the lost. a must read for any Christian
Very thought provoking. Basis supported by the Bible.
Explains a difficult subject as simply as can be.
I found this book to be exactly what I've been looking for: an thoughtful, intellectual source of answers to legitimate questions faced by Christians and non Christians alike. Even a non Christian should be able to appreciate the perspectives provided in this book casting light onto why many thoughtful Christians believed as they do. This is the first book I've read by Timothy Keller and I much appreciate his logical, intellectual yet straight forward delivery of content. His process of reasoning reminds me of C.S. Lewis whom I also greatly enjoy reading. Keller does a good job narrating and lends the book a personal feel in the delivery as if you were sitting down and having this discussion with him directly.
This book presents a presuppositional apologetic in what is probably the most week organized yet understandable explanation I've ever read. I can't recommend it highly enough. And Tim Keller as the reader is a huge bonus. He's an excellent speaker and his reading adds to the book's easy to digest nature.
I also recommend you supplement this audiobook with the unabridged print book in order to gain additional in-depth explanation of some of the answers to tough questions skeptics ask about Christianity.