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Keller is considered to be the second C.S. Lewis. He answers the challenges to Christianity by providing solid logic, conversations, and experiences of real people, philosophy, and a good review.
What makes this book stand out?
There is a section in this book where Keller inspects the nature of disbelief and the reason the Christian and the agnostic should fight with it, is truly useful.
Read it for
Tim Keller has answered some of the most difficult questions that arise in the minds of Christians accompanied with reasons for the faith. It is undoubtedly informative. This is one of the top 10 best apologetics books.
Don't read it for
It just focuses on skeptics and believers.