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An Unshakeable Kingdom: Living the Virtue of Hope

Dr. Tim Gray

This is the June CDOM. The MP3 is available now, the CD will be available in one month.

“We live in a time of fear; it's palpable in our culture.” In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Augustine Institute President Dr. Tim Gray reflects on and illuminates our ever-present need for theological hope. Turning to the Word of God in Scripture and the wisdom of Pope Benedict XVI, Dr. Gray exhorts that no matter the time, place, or circumstances of life, Christians must remember that we are made by God for eternal life. “We cannot despair in a plague, or an economic depression... what can shake our hope, if our hope is in heaven?”

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