Tuesday, March 1, 2011
I'm currently reading Tim Keller's book "The Reason for God". In his book, Keller addresses many of the contemporary issues of culture and religion. Based upon his tremendous ministry and experience in New York City, Keller carefully treats some of the most serious intellectual problems that people in his context face with the claims of Christianity. A key word in Keller's book is: doubt.
I'd really like to hear back from some of you on this topic. You don't even have to put your name on your comments or questions if you don't want to. I'd like to get a read on what some of you feel are the serious questions of our day. Give me your honest opinions...
1. What role does doubt play in religion?
2. What is the greatest obstacle to Christianity for people today?
3. What, in your opinion, is the state of the church in America?
4. How does your faith in (or rejection of) Jesus Christ shape your worldview?