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For over 30 years and across 43 countries, RZIM has met millions of questioners with thoughtful answers concerning faith and God.

Difficult
Questions.
Thoughtful
Answers.

For over 30 years and across 43 countries, RZIM has met millions of questioners with thoughtful answers concerning faith and God.

Difficult
Questions.
Thoughtful
Answers.

For over 30 years and across 43 countries, RZIM has met millions of questioners with thoughtful answers concerning faith and God.

Rethinking Jesus for the 21st century

I often meet people who are surprised to discover that Jesus was a real person. But not believing Jesus existed is kind of the historical equivalent of denying the moon landing. As biblical scholar Bart Ehrman, who is not a Christian, explains, ‘virtually every scholar of antiquity, of biblical studies, ...

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Where is God in the pain of suicide?

From a Christian perspective, life is sacred, and the fracturing and dislocation of body and soul are extremely painful, but even in the midst of experiencing these dark ...
It is likely that many of us will either have suffered personally from depression or are close to someone who is suffering.

Where is God in depression?

The suffering of mental-health disorders presents a very particular challenge to anyone considering the question of suffering alongside questions of faith since, if we are afflicted personally with ...
Although I am a writer, a thinker and a teacher, I have spent 14 years of my life living in deprived neighbourhoods—in the inner city. I lived for seven years at a time in two of Britain’s most disadvantaged and dangerous neighbourhoods.

Where is God in suffering? For me, it’s personal

Wondering why a loving God might allow suffering, or, for that matter, where he is while we suffer, are not questions that any of us can dissect with ...
The Art of Knowing God: Remembering J. I. Packer

The Art of Knowing God: Remembering J. I. Packer

Knowing God never happens in abstract but involves thick contexts of cost and seemingly irreconcilable difficulties. J.I. Packer, the theologian who died last month aged 93, was a ...
Image of sadness in the shadows

Where is God in the pain of suicide?

From a Christian perspective, life is sacred, and the fracturing and dislocation of body and soul are extremely painful, but even in the midst of experiencing these dark ...
It is likely that many of us will either have suffered personally from depression or are close to someone who is suffering.

Where is God in depression?

The suffering of mental-health disorders presents a very particular challenge to anyone considering the question of suffering alongside questions of faith since, if we are afflicted personally with ...

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The RZIM Zacharias Trust is part of a global organisation with a vision to help the thinker believe and the believer think. The Trust is a UK registered charity whose aim is to engage with people’s heartfelt questions about the Christian faith and explain the hope that the Gospel brings. Our team includes speakers such as Michael Ramsden, Sam Allberry, Professor John Lennox and Dr Amy Orr-Ewing, as well as lecturers and tutors at the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics.