Ask Away: New Podcast from RZIM Invites Tough Questions

Where did we come from? Where are we headed? What is the meaning of life? How should we live? We all have deep questions, and how we answer those questions will determine who we become and how we live.

So where can you ask your biggest questions and find answers? Ask Away, a new podcast from RZIM, is designed to be that place. No question is off limits. Every question is received as a gift. We love questions because God loves questioners.

Hosted by Michael Davis, the Ask Away podcast features apologists Vince Vitale, Director of the Zacharias Institute, and Jo Vitale, Dean of Studies. This week on the introductory episode they describe the heart behind the program and discuss interacting with people who hold to an atheistic and naturalistic worldview. Next Wednesday the second episode dives right in to one of the most fundamental questions asked by believers and skeptics alike: Can We Trust the Bible? On that episode, Vince and Jo will respond to attacks on the trustworthiness and historicity of the Bible and explain why apologetics itself has no ground to stand on without the concept of the Bible being our final authority. Other upcoming episodes include discussions on the possibility of miracles and how a good God can send people to Hell. We told you we weren’t avoiding the hard stuff!

Asking tough, thoughtful questions is how you get to know someone. So let’s ask our toughest questions of God and trust that He will provide answers that enable us to know Him more intimately and share Him more effectively.

You can find Ask Away on RZIM’s website, iTunes, and Google Play. Ask your questions by emailing or by using the hashtag #askRZIM on Twitter.

As RZIM endeavors to “help thinkers believe and believers think,” we are excited to invest more time and resources in expanding our digital media efforts. Stay tuned and Ask Away!

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