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Praise for timothy keller and making sense of god writing about philosophy and religion without jargon condescension or preaching keller produces an intelligent persons invitation to faithbooklist. Making sense of god is an excellent exploration and comparison of the beliefs of the secular culture versus faith in god timothy keller invites skeptics to read and follow his logic. David hume 1711 1776 hume is our politics hume is our trade hume is our philosophy hume is our religion this statement by nineteenth century philosopher james hutchison stirling reflects the unique position in intellectual thought held by scottish philosopher david hume part of humes fame and importance owes to his boldly skeptical approach to a range of philosophical subjects. According to the bible god killed or authorized the killings of up to 25 million people this is the god of which jesus was an integral part. William lane craig is a prolific christian philosopher apologist author and public debater he is the best debater on any topic that ive ever heard as far as i can tell he has won nearly all his debates with atheistswhen debating him atheists have consistently failed to put forward solid arguments and consistently failed to point out the flaws in craigs arguments
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