Translator: Jonghoon Choi
424 pages 151 * 211 * 31 mm /601g
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About This Book
"A salvation earned by good works and moral effort would favor the more able, competent, accomplished, and privileged. But salvation by sheer grace favors the failed, the outsiders, the weak because it goes only to those who know salvation must be by sheer grace."
"Fifty years from now, if evangelical Christians are widely known for their love of cities, their commitment to mercy and justice, and their love of their neighbors, Tim Keller will be remembered as a pioneer of the new urban Christians." —Christianity Today
Why should anyone believe in Christianity? An inspiring author Timothy Keller challenges the modern skepticism with his brilliant theologies. Making sense of God offers the profound insights on the meaning of life. Christianity refers to a religion for ignorant and is nothing more than a blind faith. The concept of the absolute God does not make sense to this present day. How can we explain life without God? Keller invites skeptics and for those who have secular perspectives on religion and Christian faith. Secularism focuses on “present”, denying the transcendent world and the absolute God, the creator. This book speaks to secularism, which this age takes for granted and obeys, revealing profound values and importance of faith. Through this book, one will understand that God is deeply involved in the present day and how realistic Christianity is.
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