In late 2016, Pastor Tim Keller was provided with his second opportunity to speak at the offices of tech giant Google. Keller is world-renowned as a Christian theologian, apologist, and author, while also serving as the founder of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City. He is almost always fairly soft-spoken with a calm demeanor, but you have to appreciate it as a side effect of just how calculated and well-thought-out every word of wisdom is.
With this opportunity he decided to outline his book Making Sense of God: An Invitation to the Skeptical. He does so for about thirty-five minutes before opening up the floor for questions, and it’s well worth your time.
“When you say, ‘you shouldn’t believe something unless it can be empirically proven’, the problem is that that statement can’t be empirically proven”
If you can’t get enough, you can watch his first one here. Let us know in the comments what you thought his most powerful point was.