RZIM: Just Thinking Broadcasts

A 15 minute weekday broadcast heard online and on the radio. The radio outreach of RZIM is a listener-supported ministry that powerfully mixes biblical teaching and Christian apologetics. The programs seek to explore issues such as life's meaning, the credibility of the Christian message and the Bible, the weakness of modern intellectual movements, and the uniqueness of Jesus Christ.

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Mind and Heart in Search of Answers Q&A, Part 1


What do you think the Apostle Paul's comments teach us about his views on ethnicity? Join us today on Just Thinking as Ravi Zacharias is joined by a former professor of physics, Louw Alberts, and a professor of mathematics and astronomy, David Block, as they begin a Q&A session.


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2018 Apologetics Symposium at Hillsong Church, Part 5


Who do you believe is the ultimate judge? Join us on today's Just Thinking, as Ravi Zacharias and RZIM Speakers, Dan Patterson and Jordan Thyer (Thy-er) close out the open forum at the Apologetics Symposium at Hillsong Church by tackling this tough question among others.


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2018 Apologetics Symposium at Hillsong Church, Part 4


Why do we need a moral law giver? On today's episode of Just Thinking, Ravi Zacharias is joined by RZIM Speakers, Dan Patterson and Jordan Thyer (Thy-er) as they continue in their open forum at the Apologetics Symposium at Hillsong Church.


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2018 Apologetics Symposium at Hillsong Church, Part 3


When sharing the Gospel with others, do you find yourself stumped on the correct way to balance the generous, undeserved love and grace of God with His ultimate eternal judgement? Today on Just Thinking, Ravi Zacharias is joined by RZIM Speakers, Dan Patterson and Jordan Thyer (Thy-er), as they navigate this tough topic at the Apologetics Symposium Conference at Hillsong Church.


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2018 Apologetics Symposium at Hillsong Church, Part 2


How would you describe the main difference between Christianity and Mormonism? Today on Just Thinking, Ravi Zacharias and RZIM Speakers, Dan Patterson and Jordan Thyer (Thy-er) share their advice on this timely topic.


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2018 Apologetics Symposium at Hillsong Church, Part 1


When sharing the Gospel with someone, have you been questioned about the concept of the Trinity? The Trinity can be tricky to explain. Join Ravi Zacharias and RZIM Speakers, Dan Patterson and Jordan Thyer (Thy-er) as the address the concept of the Trinity among other great questions at the Apologetics Symposium at Hillsong Church on today's Just Thinking.


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Why Series Q&A, Part 2


Is it science or Christianity that hold the key to answering life's deepest questions? Join us today on Just Thinking as Professor John Lennox examines the topic of science and faith during an open forum discussion.


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Finding Love in God's Judgment, Part 4


The doctrines of Heaven and Hell can be an uncomfortable topic to discuss. RZIM Speaker, Stuart McAllister, and Wheaton Professor, Daniel Block, are up to the challenge today on Just Thinking. Listen in today as they close out this tough topic prompted by the book, "Love Wins," by Rob Bell.


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Finding Love in God's Judgment, Part 3


Would a loving God actually let a person spend eternity in Hell? On today's Just Thinking, RZIM Speaker, Stuart McAllister, and Wheaton Professor, Daniel Block, are having a conversation in response to Rob Bell's book, "Love Wins."


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Finding Love in God's Judgment, Part 2


Is belief in an eternal heaven and hell a hijacking of Jesus' actual message? Today on Just Thinking, RZIM Speaker, Stuart McAllister and Wheaton Professor, Daniel Block, discusses this topic as it relates to the book "Love Wins" by Rob Bell. We hope you'll join us for this interesting conversation.


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