Do I have to believe in things like the virgin birth and the resurrection to be a Christian?

Excellent conversation between Nicholas Kristof and Timothy Keller in the NYT:

Kristof: And the Resurrection? Must it really be taken literally?

Keller: Jesus’ teaching was not the main point of his mission. He came to save people through his death for sin and his resurrection. So his important ethical teaching only makes sense when you don’t separate it from these historic doctrines.


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December 25, 2016 · church · skepticism · Kristof · Keller · nyt · faith · science

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