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Vince and Jo Vitale lead this weekly podcast which focuses on listener-submitted questions on meaning, morality, origin, and destiny. Ask Away is designed to be a place where can you ask your biggest questions and find answers.

RZIM: Ask Away Broadcast‪s‬ Ravi Zacharias

    • Christianity
    • 4.9 • 596 Ratings

Vince and Jo Vitale lead this weekly podcast which focuses on listener-submitted questions on meaning, morality, origin, and destiny. Ask Away is designed to be a place where can you ask your biggest questions and find answers.

    How Could God Allow Miscarriages?

    How Could God Allow Miscarriages?

    If God values human life so much that He made us in his image, how could He permit the death of so many unborn children? In this week's episode of Ask Away, Jo and Vince look at this question from a deeply personal perspective, sharing their story of loss and how God showed them His loving kindness in the midst of grief. It is their hope and prayer that this episode helps those who are walking through sorrow sense the presence of God even in times of immense sadness.
    Have a question you want Ask Away to cover? Email us at askaway@rzim.org or use the hashtag #askrzim on Twitter. You can also talk about this episode with fellow podcast listeners and the RZIM team on our online community.

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    Vince Vitale - @VinceRVitale
    Jo Vitale - @Joanna_Vitale
    Michael Davis - @mdav1979

    Does Prayer Really Make a Difference?

    Does Prayer Really Make a Difference?

    Does prayer really make a difference if God already knows what is going to happen? In this classic episode of Ask Away, Jo and Vince consider the role of prayer in the life of a Christian. They suggest that prayer is much broader than simply asking God to do things for us, and they use scripture and their personal experiences to build a case that prayer changes both ourselves and the world around us.
    Have a question you want Ask Away to cover? Email us at askaway@rzim.org or use the hashtag #askrzim on Twitter. You can also talk about this episode with fellow podcast listeners and the RZIM team on our online community.

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    Vince Vitale - @VinceRVitale
    Jo Vitale - @Joanna_Vitale
    Michael Davis - @mdav1979

    Are We Just Our Brains?

    Are We Just Our Brains?

    What exactly is a human being? Are we primates, machines, souls confined in a body, or something more? In this episode of Ask Away that originally aired last fall, RZIM Itinerant Speaker Sharon Dirckx joins Vince and Jo to talk about her faith journey and how God and science work together to give us a complete picture of our identity.
    Question Asked in This Episode:
    "If we are just our brains and nothing more, what are the implications?"

    Have a question you want Ask Away to cover? Email us at askaway@rzim.org or use the hashtag #askrzim on Twitter. You can also talk about this episode with fellow podcast listeners and the RZIM team on our online community.

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    Vince Vitale - @VinceRVitale
    Jo Vitale - @Joanna_Vitale
    Sharon Dirckx- @SharonDirckx
    Michael Davis - @mdav1979

    Does Life Have Meaning?

    Does Life Have Meaning?

    What is the meaning of life? Can we have meaningful lives without God? In this episode of Ask Away that originally aired in the fall of 2018, Drs. Jo and Vince Vitale draw on philosophy and their personal experiences to consider how different worldviews respond to these questions. They suggest that Christianity has a unique perspective and one that makes a practical difference, especially when life seems meaningless.

    How Important Is Physical Attraction in Dating and Marriage?

    How Important Is Physical Attraction in Dating and Marriage?

    What is the proper role of physical attraction in a dating relationship? In this episode of Ask Away, Jo and Vince consider how we can approach dating relationships carefully and wisely. They suggest that we should be attracted to things of lasting beauty in another person as well as have a healthy perspective on both our physical appearances and those of whom we date or marry.
    Have a question you want Ask Away to cover? Submit a question using our form here or use the hashtag #askrzim on Twitter. You can also talk about this episode with fellow podcast listeners and the RZIM team on our online community.


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    Vince Vitale - @VinceRVitale
    Jo Vitale - @Joanna_Vitale
    Michael Davis - @mdav1979

    How Should We Respond to Objections to Christianity?

    How Should We Respond to Objections to Christianity?

    Ravi Zacharias often said that "Behind every question is a questioner." What exactly does that mean, and how do we put this encouragement into practice? In this episode of Ask Away, Jo and Vince explain how to identify and lovingly respond to the fundamental concerns and desires that underlie objections to Christianity in a way that provides opportunities for meaningful conversations that can introduce people to Jesus.
    Have a question you want Ask Away to cover? Submit a question using our form here or use the hashtag #askrzim on Twitter. You can also talk about this episode with fellow podcast listeners and the RZIM team on our online community.


    Follow Ask Away on Twitter:

    Vince Vitale - @VinceRVitale
    Jo Vitale - @Joanna_Vitale
    Michael Davis - @mdav1979

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596 Ratings

596 Ratings

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So grateful for this podcast! What a great resource that answers difficult questions with clarity and charity. Vince and Jo- you are a gifted, power couple!!!

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“‘How Important is Physical Attraction’”

I think you’re wrong about something. I think that without actually saying it you suggested that no one is designed to need physical attraction to develop a marriage relationship. You gave examples of how physical attributes pull two people together, but at the start of developing an intimate relationship, if it doesn’t work because one is simply not attracted, is that person forfeiting what God intends? What if someone doesn’t meet another’s standard? Are you saying we need to be open to starting a marriage relationship with someone we find absolutely physically-unattractive?

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