Tim Keller’s book The Reason of God:Belief in an Age of Skepticism is one of the finest apologetic Christian books I have ever read. The book is structured into two parts. In the first part (The Leap of Doubt), Keller goes through several topics that challenged the reasonableness for the Christian faith:
1) There Can’t Be Just One True Religion (Chapter 1)
2) How Could a Good God Allow Suffering (Chapter 2)
3) Christianity Is a Straitjacket (Chapter 3)
4) The Church is Responsible for So Much Injustice (Chapter 4)
5) How Can A Loving God Send People to Hell (Chapter 5)
6) Science Has Disproved Christianity (Chapter 6)
7) You Can’t Take the Bible Literally (Chapter 7).
Then in the 2nd part of the book (The Reasons for Faith), Keller gives positive reasons for Christianity such as the problem of sin (
I really appreciate this book for its clarity and faithfulness in addressing tough questions and in presenting the gospel, while giving a sense of deep humility. This is definitely now my go to book for apologetics.