What Am I Doing With My Life?

What Am I Doing With My Life? An ivy league prof, a philosopher of science and a travel writer offer a few answers.
STANFORD, CA - MAY 22: A woman works on a laptop on the Stanford University campus in Stanford, California. (Photo by Justin Sullivan) (Getty Images)

Bill Burnett teaches a course at Stanford University called 'Designing Your Life.' The idea is to take principles from the world of design and apply them to life's big questions.

Nancy Ellen Abrams, a philosopher of science who had zero interest in becoming a believer, talks about her discovery of a God that obeys the natural laws of the universe.

Finally, Leigh Ann Henion introduces us to the sound of God, as created by the volcanoes of Hawaii.


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