Doubting Your Faith? Look No Further Than This New Free Resource

Are you a Christian who is struggling with doubts about your faith? A non-Christian seeker who has sincere questions about the Christian faith? Or have you recently lost your faith and want to explore whether your reasons for loss-of-faith were really rational? Have you ever wished that you could jump on a Zoom call and talk 1-on-1 with a leading Christian scholar who could help you navigate the minefield of arguments for and against Christianity, and help you think about your questions and doubts honestly and critically? This is now no longer something you need to wish for. This month, I launched a new ministry, I have assembled a team of Christian scholars (some of whom are among the leaders in the world in their fields) who are willing to take one-on-one calls with people with sincere doubts about Christianity. Simply visit the website and fill out the submission form. Your inquiry will be automatically sent to the scholar with expertise most relevant to the subject of your doubts. They will then get in touch directly with you to schedule a live 1-on-1 Zoom call to discuss your doubts and questions in confidence. There is absolutely nothing for you to lose: Even if you still remain unpersuaded, at least you will be able to say that you gave the best arguments for Christianity a fair shake. If you have no need of this service yourself, please consider sharing it on social media or with your anyone in your life who may benefit from this resource. Here is a short interview I did with Tim Hull (of “Dealing with Deconstruction”) on this exciting new project.

2 thoughts on “Doubting Your Faith? Look No Further Than This New Free Resource”

  1. On a call with, can I experience for myself the epic rage quitting we saw on the McLatchie vs. Dillahunty debate when you flat out said you have no evidence of the Bible that doesn’t come from the Bible, and then you went waaahhhhhhhh and ran away for?

    I want to you to do that again, and we can record the Zoom meeting and we can put it up on youtube, and have a good laugh.

    1. Ben, that is categorically untrue. I do not believe I have ever expressed “rage” in any debate. I am generally very calm and collected. I did one time make a principled decision to terminate a debate with Dillahunty due to his poor behavior and inability to have a serious discussion about the topic. But I later thought better of it and returned. I don’t think anyone could reasonably call that a “rage quit.” See this video for a discussion:

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