What is Religion Really? Surprising Answers from Leading Thinkers

Written by:
Robert L. Kuhn
Narrated by:
Robert L. Kuhn

Unabridged Audiobook

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Release Date
December 2020
Duration
5 hours 35 minutes
Summary
Join Templeton Prize recipient Alvin Plantinga, perhaps the world's greatest living Christian philosopher, and a host of other brilliant minds in discussing the persistent questions and quandaries of religious belief.

Whether you're a devoted believer, a staunch atheist, or a wavering skeptic, you likely have unanswered questions about religion. If you adhere to a certain religion, you may wonder how the tenets of a different faith may intersect or conflict with yours. If you are a nonbeliever or agnostic, you may wonder how others can have such unwavering faith.

In this riveting audio series, Dr. Robert Lawrence Kuhn welcomes 13 esteemed guest experts to help him tackle religion's most confounding questions. Each episode compiles a series of Kuhn's one-on-one interviews with some of the world's greatest living thinkers.
 
Among Kuhn's interlocutors are philosophers, theologians, and novelists. They include Oxford philosophy professor Richard Swinburne, author of The Existence of God, a celebrated defense of theism; renowned Anglican priest and Cambridge professor emeritus of systematic theology Sarah Coakley; and Templeton Prize recipient Alvin Plantinga, analytic philosopher and professor at the University of Notre Dame.
 
Searching for and questioning the evidence of God's existence is a quintessential part of the human condition. And as Kuhn discovers, the matter is far more complex than whether we have or lack faith.
 
Join Kuhn for this provocative and meaningful series today.

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