Drafted into the German army in 1944 at the age of 18 to fight in WWII, Jürgen Moltmann spent three years as a prisoner of war. Trapped in a camp in Belgium, he found hope in Jesus. Over half a century later, he is a leading theologian and author and is still pursuing God.
“You can, of course, live without God, as much as you can live without music, but what’s the sense of it? It’s a poor life,” says Professor Moltmann.
In this exclusive podcast, Professor Moltmann discusses fundamentalism, Christians in politics and Armageddon. He powerfully expresses his belief that Christians must engage with intellectual thinking, and with politics.
Professor Moltmann has dedicated his life to discovering more of God and sharing his insights with the world – if you want to hear more from him he will be speaking at Catalyst Live
, our one-day conference in Reading and Manchester.
is taking place on 27 November in Manchester and 28 November in Reading. We have an incredible line-up of speakers including theologian Jürgen Moltmann, apologist John Lennox, Radio 2 poet Lucy Berry and Palestinian theologian Yohanna Katanacho. Book your tickets today
You can read the full interview with Jürgen Moltmann in the latest issue of Mission Catalyst.