“Does Christianity make sense emotionally, culturally and intellectually?” — Tim Keller
Questioning Christianity was a seven-week series that was held in the spring of 2014 for seekers, skeptics and those exploring Christianity, led by Tim Keller. The purpose was to create a safe and open space to explore the toughest claims of the Christian faith with friends who didn’t identify with the Christian faith but were open to learning more.
During the series each session featured a talk by Tim and covered a topic that was related to a larger question, “Does Christianity make sense emotionally, culturally and intellectually?” After the talk, audience members texted and emailed in questions for a Q&A with Tim that was moderated by Susan Nacorda (Redeemer Downtown Community Group Director). Each night ended with a reception which provided more opportunities to dialogue about the topics covered each night.
The audio recordings of these sessions can be accessed below and are available for purchase at gospelinlife.com.
Are you someone exploring Christianity and interested in discussing the topics that were covered in Questioning Christianity? Join an eight-week small group discussion for seekers, skeptics and those who don’t consider themselves Christian.
Questioning Christianity Groups will be peer-led discussion groups hosted in people’s apartments in various neighborhoods around Manhattan. They will explore topics found in Tim’s book, The Reason For God. Topics include the problem of evil, science and faith and the exclusivity of Christianity, the history of the church and Christians, and the credibility of the Bible.
For those of you who know someone who is exploring Christianity, we invite you to bring them to a discussion group to process the claims of Jesus together.
For more information on availability, locations and times, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.