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Tim Keller
Questioning Christianity with Tim Keller
Questioning Christianity with Tim Keller is a seven-part podcast series for people who are interested in exploring Christianity, brought to you by Gospel in Life. 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.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 746 ratings
Thankful
So thankful for Dr. Keller’s teachings and kindness. His messages highlight the beauty of Jesus and why we can consider his call on our life.
Whatsnicksnickname via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/10/24
Phenomenal
Intelligent, persuasive, fair.
gregbob23 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/07/24
So important and enlightening
I love this so much. I have been a Christian all my life but still sometimes had the mindset that, if I thought about it too much, I would stop believing. Instead, Keller shows that Christianity is not only logical but also the best option.
edbrooks93 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/11/23
Recent Episodes
In this episode, Tim Keller responds to audience questions based on his “Hopefulness” talk. This Q&A session was recorded before a live audience on April 18, 2019 in New York City.
Published 06/14/22
In this episode, Tim Keller explores questions around hope for the future. Can we live without hope? Can hope exist in the face of death and all the evil in the world? This final talk of the 2019 Questioning Christianity series was recorded before a live audience on April 18, 2019 in New York City.
Published 06/14/22
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