Do you have doubts about the Christian faith? If so, you’re not alone.View the latest from Stories of Doubt
Three concussions especially prompted confusion and tough questions about my faith. Am I mere chemicals and neurons? Is God a human invention? Why is God so distant? Does unconditional love exist?
One website submission confesses to a former double life--professing to be a Christian but knowingly continuing to sin. How can God really forgive and help overcome persistent doubts?
Robert submitted the following statement: "I believe that God exists [and] Jesus is His son and it is not OK to doubt this!" Let's address the implication of this comment.
What questions do you have about the Christian faith? Let’s talk about them.View the latest from Questions of Faith
Joby comments that Genesis 1-2 talk about God finishing His creation "in six days." But he asks, if God is most powerful, "why can't he finish it within seconds or just a snap of a finger?
KL submitted some interrelated questions about whether "good" Christians contradict God's teaching if they tell other people what to do, what bathrooms to use, and legislate money away from the poor.
Debbie asks about the purpose of prayer. Are we able to change God's mind? Should we have that kind of power? If God doesn't do anything different than He would otherwise, then what's the purpose?
Why should you consider (or reconsider) the Christian faith? Why should anyone think that it's really "true"?View the latest from Finding Faith for Myself
G.K. Chesterton summarizes some of my sentiments: “The Christian ideal has not been tried and found wanting. It has been found difficult; and left untried."
What can we do to develop a confident faith—one that we will want to share with others?
Let's focus on "mere Christianity"
Visit our Facebook page to discover how faith and culture connect in the world today.View the latest from Finding God in My World
“Live from New York...it’s Saturday Night!” As the longest-running sketch comedy on US television, Saturday Night Live is a big part of American culture.
One of the most important parts of developing meaningful dialogue between Christians and Atheists is building understanding.
One of the hardest things about experiencing doubt in a Christian community is the frequent assumption that doubt means moral destruction.
View short video clips from experts who have already addressed questions about God, the Bible, faith and doubt.View the latest from Video Resources
Room For Doubt invites you to ask genuine questions about the Christian faith or your own doubts about it. We will respond to some of these questions more fully in the "Questions of Faith" section. However, if you provide your email address, we will reply to sincere questions more directly. If you have comments or would like to contribute to one of the sections of the website, please let us know.
RFD about to release "version 2" of its message series and curriculum
01:33PM Jul 23rd
Room for Doubt will soon be releasing "version 2" of its six-week message series and curriculum. The material is being written and resourced by Mark Mittelberg, Garry Poole, and Lee Strobel. So far, about 35 churches have piloted "version 1" of these materials. Version 2 will soon be available on the RFD website.
Room For Doubt workshops at the NACC
10:33AM Jul 23rd
Room For Doubt sponsored two workshops at the North American Christian Convention in Anaheim, CA. Video and other resources are now available.