An Identity That Doesn’t Crush You or Others – Gospel in Life
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An Identity That Doesn’t Crush You or Others

Tim Keller |  February 13, 2014

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Duration:
1:10:05
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RT 001-03-MP3

Overview

In the spring of 2014, Redeemer offered a seven-week series for seekers, skeptics and those exploring Christianity to explore the question, “Does Christianity make sense emotionally, culturally and intellectually?” Each night featured a talk and Q&A by Tim Keller followed by a reception where many stayed and continued the dialogue. These audio recordings feature the talk and the Q&A (facilitated by Susan Nacorda, Redeemer Downtown Community Group Director) from each night and cover a variety of topics from meaning, evil, suffering, justice, the bible to Jesus.

These seven nights were an opportunity for Christians at Redeemer to bring friends who don’t consider themselves Christian but are open to exploring the toughest questions related to the faith. As part of Redeemer’s Public Faith year, Questioning Christianity was a unique opportunity to respectfully dialogue together the objections and doubts from friends of different world-views.

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February Book Offer

Put Your Hope Not in Lesser gods, But in the One True God

In his book Counterfeit Gods, Tim Keller shows us how a proper understanding of the Bible reveals the truth about societal ideals and our own hearts — and that there is only one God who can wholly satisfy our cravings and fulfill our hopes.

February Book Offer

Put Your Hope Not in Lesser gods, But in the One True God

In his book Counterfeit Gods, Tim Keller shows us how a proper understanding of the Bible reveals the truth about societal ideals and our own hearts — and that there is only one God who can wholly satisfy our cravings and fulfill our hopes.