Keller Chapter 2 How could a good God allow suffering?
*Note that this chapter addresses the philosophical issue of suffering and the personal issue of
suffering. Pay attention to how you might approach differently.
1. Evil and Suffering
Keller Chapter 10 The Problem of Sin
1. What feelings do the quotes on p165 express? Note both are from same person.
2. Sin and the Human Hope.
a. Why does Keller believe sin can be a source of hope?
- admit that we are very flawed human
Keller Chapter 11 Notes Religion and Gospel
1. Intro. Define terms:
Religion- salvation through moral effort, any belief system of ultimate values that shapes
our pursuit of a particular kind of life in the world
Gospel- salvation through
Keller Chapter 12 The (True) Story of the Cross
F Block Only: This refers to the hand-out Embracing a Lifestyle of Ministry.
1. Reread Mark 8.34-35 where Jesus suggests that those who lose their life for my sake will save
it. Next, read t
Keller Ch 13 Notes The Reality of the Resurrection
D Block Only: This refers to the handout Embracing a Lifestyle of Ministry, excerpted from
Following Jesus in the Real World, by Richard Lamb (1995). It is intended for college
graduates, but could equall
Keller Ch 14 The Dance of God
Reflection: To be completed BEFORE your reading of the chapter
1 John 4.8 tells us that God is love. What do you feel when you hear those words? What does
God is love mean to you? To what extent has this been