Difficult
Questions.
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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.

How to find meaning in a material world

Andy Moore explores this deeply human quest through the lens of Christianity. Despite the great feast of things we could do, we rarely think about what we should do. Many forms of ‘freedom from’ have been won, but we have lost sight of what we want freedom for ...

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Does brain activity mean God isn’t real?

Brain activity during prayer does not negate God. In fact, philosophers such as Alston, Plantinga and Swinburne argue that authentic religious experiences more generally are evidence for God ...
Christianity asks us to believe some extraordinary things but faith in God and Jesus Christ is not blind

Is faith in God blind? Four ways to reason with atheists

Christianity makes some big claims but here’s a phrase I want you to remember: criticism without alternative is empty. If someone wants to say your faith is blind ...
Theologian Gary Habermas became a Christian believer at a young age, but afterwards experienced a very protracted time of acute doubt. Experiencing and pursuing these questions propelled him into several decades of spending his life in search of what might be called the big questions of life.

Is Christianity a form of intellectual suicide?

Theologian Gary Habermas became a Christian believer at a young age, but afterwards experienced a very protracted time of acute doubt. Experiencing and pursuing these questions propelled him ...
Professor John Lennox and Dave Rubin debate God, the universe and everything else

Is God dead? When John Lennox met Dave Rubin

What happened when a secular Jewish comedian-turned-political commentator from NYC sat down with a Christian Oxford University professor of mathematics from Northern Ireland? It may sound like the ...
An original line drawing by Karen Sawrey

Does brain activity mean God isn’t real?

Brain activity during prayer does not negate God. In fact, philosophers such as Alston, Plantinga and Swinburne argue that authentic religious experiences more generally are evidence for God ...
Christianity asks us to believe some extraordinary things but faith in God and Jesus Christ is not blind

Is faith in God blind? Four ways to reason with atheists

Christianity makes some big claims but here’s a phrase I want you to remember: criticism without alternative is empty. If someone wants to say your faith is blind ...

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This month, RZIM speakers will engage with over 20,000 people in 12 different countries, while their content will reach another 600,000 users online.

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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.