The Story of Reality

by Gregory Koukl     |     Book Summary


Author: Gregory Koukl
Publisher: Zondervan
Date: February 9, 2017
Pages: 196

Book Summary of The Story of Reality by Gregory Koukl


The world has a story.

Whatever we think about the world in which we live, all of us adopt one story or another which provides structure and meaning to life.

There are hundreds of these stories. Some are wildly different from one another, some share deep similarities, and some seem to borrow features from all sorts of other stories to build up their own. Despite their differences, all of these stories share key elements. They speak of how things began, what problems exist, how they will be solved, and what reality will look like once they have been.

The real test of these stories is, which makes sense of reality as we actually find it? Which story coincides with our actual experience of life in this world?

This book walks us through the Christian story of reality and asks precisely this question: how and why does this story coincide and explain our experience of the world?

Read, and be challenged to treat Christianity on its own terms, as a full and coherent account of life in this world, not shirking the problems that exist but pointing to a full solution which has every ground to receive our hope.





The Story of Reality

by Gregory Koukl

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of The Story of Reality by Gregory Koukl

AuthorGregory Koukl
PublisherZondervan
DateFebruary 9, 2017
Pages196


Overview:

The world has a story.

Whatever we think about the world in which we live, all of us adopt one story or another which provides structure and meaning to life.

There are hundreds of these stories. Some are wildly different from one another, some share deep similarities, and some seem to borrow features from all sorts of other stories to build up their own. Despite their differences, all of these stories share key elements. They speak of how things began, what problems exist, how they will be solved, and what reality will look like once they have been.

The real test of these stories is, which makes sense of reality as we actually find it? Which story coincides with our actual experience of life in this world?

This book walks us through the Christian story of reality and asks precisely this question: how and why does this story coincide and explain our experience of the world?

Read, and be challenged to treat Christianity on its own terms, as a full and coherent account of life in this world, not shirking the problems that exist but pointing to a full solution which has every ground to receive our hope.