The poet Shelly tells a story of Ozymandius, great Egyptian pharaoh whose inscription from the sands of the desert, “look upon my works and despair,” acts as a morality tale for the rest of us. Finding significance in accomplishment is a fool’s errand. So is any other source of significance says the author of Ecclesiastes.
If that’s so, why do we Christians feel we have a truth to offer existentialists?
(To be sure, most of us don’t even know what existentialists are, let alone that we are one.)
Have a listen.
You’ll at least learn what existentialism and its children are. At best, how the Christian narrative has something to offer.