The Way Home Podcast: Travis Dickinson on the Value of Asking Questions

Today, we have Travis Dickinson joining us on The Way Home podcast. Travis Dickinson is the professor of philosophy at Dallas Baptist University. He has a new book that is out titled “Wandering Towards God: Finding Faith amid Doubts and Big Questions” where he helps his readers to see the value of asking questions and the soundness of our faith. Today, we discuss the importance of guiding people to God and the right and wrong kinds of questions to ask when it comes to the faith. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about Christianity, this episode and Travis’s new book is just for you!

Show Notes

Travis Dickinson Biography: Travis is a scholar, professor, and apologist. He is the author of several books. He is also a regular contributor for the Christian Research Journal. Travis received his BA in Education from Alaska Bible College and his MA in Philosophy of Religion and Ethics from the Talbot School of Theology and his MA and PhD in Philosophy from the University of Iowa. Travis is married and has four children. Outside of teaching and church life, Travis spends his time with family or speaking at various events related to apologetics. 

Books: Wandering Toward God (2022) Logic and the Way of Jesus (2022) Stand Firm (2018) Everyday Apologetics (2015)

Twitter: @TravDickinson

Facebook: Travis Dickinson

Instagram: @travdickinson

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