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Keller is always worth reading
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on March 11, 2021
This is a book that is both a theology of the resurrection (emphasis on resurrection and not the cross) but also for our cultural moment in COVID, racial disharmony etc. Keller also mentions his own cancer diagnosis.
Keller lays out the evidence for the cross, but in an end note Keller lays out his thesis, which is basically to explain how inaugurated eschatology (he doesn't use those words) is good news for us, and he at times specifically applies it to our modern world.
There's also a bit of biblical theology here, tracing, I would say various themes more than just one.
I would say this book seems aimed at new-ish believers, to some extent non-believers, and believers who might want to dip for the first time into biblical theology and inaugurated eschatology.