People often speak as if faith and reason are implacable enemies. In this sermon, Tim Keller argues the contrary - that the more we think, the deeper our faith grows. He contrasts the explanatory power of Christianity and atheism, and argues that it is only through Christianity that we can truly make sense of the world we experience.
Noah and the Reasons of Faith; Faith as Understanding
September 18, 1994 • Dr. Timothy Keller
Literalism: Isn't the Bible historically unreliable and regressive?
November 5, 2006 • Dr. Timothy Keller
Some people claim that they can't trust in the Bible because it is historically unreliable and culturally regressive. But do we have cultural blinders on? Dr. Keller discusses solid reasons that we can trust the Bible historically, culturally, and personally.
Absolutism: Don't we all have to find truth for ourselves?
October 8, 2006 • Dr. Timothy Keller
In today's society, absolute truth is thought of to be the enemy of freedom. But truth is more important than you think, freedom is a lot more complex than you think,and Jesus is a lot more liberating than you think. Surrendering to God's absolute truth gives you a deeper, richer freedom in every area, without oppression.