How can you help secular people make sense of God? Cultural, emotional, and volitional obstacles often stand in the way of belief for skeptics, even when they are presented with reasonable arguments. How can we address those obstacles to move the skeptic towards faith in Christ?
In this special edition ENCORE podcast episode, Frank interviews world renowned pastor and best-selling author, Dr. Timothy Keller, who recently passed away from pancreatic cancer. Recorded back in 2016, Dr. Keller discusses his book ‘Making Sense of God: An Invitation to the Skeptical’, which includes essential truths that are still relevant for both Christians and skeptics today. This is not your typical apologetics book, because it does more than provide factual evidence for the truth of Christianity. It aims to awaken the sense of transcendence that most of us have latent in our intuitions and desires—meaning, satisfaction, freedom, hope, justice (or a moral compass), and an identity grounded in something stable, something eternal.
While we mourn the passing of Dr. Keller, we are truly grateful for the legacy he leaves behind. His contributions to the Church at large and Christian apologetics remain relevant and are sure to have a lasting impact on future generations.
Memoriam for Tim Keller: https://bit.ly/3MXMlrS
Buy Tim’s book: https://a.co/d/c7JrbG1
Sermons by Tim Keller: https://bit.ly/3IJojP0
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