Questioning Christianity

Author:
Tim Keller
Date:
August 8, 2022
Type:

Do you, or people you know, have questions about Christianity? Do you find it hard to ask questions? You are not alone. This seven part podcast series is designed to help. The episodes discuss" Faith and Proof", "Meaning", "Satisfaction", "Identity", "Morality", "Justice" and "Hopefulness".

"Questioning Christianity with Tim Keller — for people who are interested in exploring Christianity. This series will help listeners work through tough questions like: Can there be moral absolutes? Does life have meaning beyond what I make of it? Can hope exist in the face of death?

Each of the talks and Q&A sessions were given by Tim Keller in 2019 before a live gathering in New York City, made up primarily of attendees who did not identify as Christian."

https://qcpodcast.gospelinlife.com/e/trailer-tim-keller-introduces-questioning-christianity/

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