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Reasons for Good Friday

That's the title of Mike Gerson's column today in The Washington Post.  He describes the work of Timothy Keller, who is explaining the case for God and for religious belief and thereby rebutting the well-publicized and influential works of a flock of skeptics.  Most hopefully, Keller is reaching young people who have heard plenty of purported reasons to doubt or dismiss the existence of God.  And he's disproving the stereotypes of "religious people" that younger Americans have picked up from the parts of the culture that are downright hostile to religious belief.
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