Redeemer New York to Livestream “Questioning Christianity”
By Staff

Skeptics have always been welcome at Redeemer Presbyterian Church (New York City). And again, this spring, believers and seekers alike are invited to bring their doubts to a seven-week series with Tim Keller called “Questioning Christianity” that will be available via livestream running March 7 – April 18. 

Keller will explore the claims of Christianity and delve into some of the most common questions that he has heard over the years, including: 

  • Can you believe in something you can’t prove? 
  • Does life have meaning beyond what I make of it?
  • Does God care about my happiness?
  • What can humans do in the face of all of the injustice in the world?
  • Can hope exist in the face of death and all the evil in the world?

Each week’s theme will be introduced by a different artist, followed by a 30-minute talk from Keller and 30 minutes of Q&A. The series is intended for someone to view with a friend who is open to exploring the Christian faith. Register for the livestream at Gospel in Life. The cost for one person is $35, $75 for a small group, and $150 for a church.

After attending the series, one participant said, “I realized that I had been going through a lot of my life with a very rational attitude that I wasn’t going to extend my hand and believe until something had been handed to me … and I thought, ‘Whatever God is, I need to reach out my hand.’ ”

To learn more and for a full schedule of discussion topics, visit

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