Listen to Dr Tanya Walker unpack whether having faith is rational in this 30-minute talk which takes in atheism, scientism, and even Hagar the Horrible.
It’s sold around 5 billion copies and is the most influential book in human history, but also one which courts great controversy.
Questions about the concept of moral absolutes have never been more important, argues Tanya Walker, as she examines what Christianity and atheism have to say on the issue.
Critics of Christianity argue that people who believe in God are pursuing a course leading to intellectual death. In this video, Dr Tanya Walker tackles this objection head-on, exploring the case for faith and how it relates to some of the deepest longings of our heart, such as the search for meaning and significance.