A synopsis of Timothy Keller's "The reason for God: Belief in an age of scepticism'"

The reason for God is a work of Christian apologetics, remarkable for the fact that Keller manages to include in it most of the arguments for Christianity that are current among reasonably educated Christians today, and in Part 2 to add some (to me, at any rate) less familiar but trenchant and convincing theology.  I wrote the synopsis that is located  here largely as a guide for myself, as the book's capacious nature makes it hard to take in at one read.