Our journey is shaped by questions:

What is God? Does God exist? Does God make sense? Is God a person? What are alternative concepts of God? The diverse answers to these—and many more—questions give us insight into the nature of reality and our existence.

The topics below represent how we organize our journey to understand Meaning. We group our videos by specific questions that we ask our distinguished contributors in philosophy, philosophy of religion, theology, religion and sociology. Explore each topic below.

Philosophy of Religion

How to explore questions about God? Does God exist? What is God like? What are God’s attributes and traits? Are there different kinds of Gods? Why diverse religions? How could God affect human life?

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Existence of God

God exists? God does not exist? What are the best arguments for theism, atheism, agnosticism? Against theism, atheism, agnosticism? Are there truths and realities on all sides? Flaws and fallacies?

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Attributes of God

What is God like? God is not like anything. Does God have a nature, attributes, traits? What can we know about God? Do God's traits complement or contradict? What would God do? What would God mean?

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God as Creator

If God exists, did God create everything? Did God create from 'nothing'? Creation is God’s glory; creating, God’s essence. Does this make sense? How could God create? What would God as Creator mean?

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Ultimate Destinies

If God exists, what's the future like? Judgment? Afterlife? Resurrection? Heaven? Hell? What's Reincarnation? What would immortality and eternal life be like? Without God, how to search for meaning?

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Our contributors include:

Ian Barbour, Sarah Coakley, William Lane Craig, A.C. Grayling, John Hick, Peter van Inwagen, Brian Leftow, John Leslie, Timothy O’Connor, Alvin Plantinga, John Polkinghorne, Michael Shermer, Huston Smith, Victor Stenger, Richard Swinburne and many more renowned contributors converse with host Robert Lawrence Kuhn offering their expert insight into Meaning.