According to Zacharias, who has debated the issue of God's existence in such settings as Harvard and Princeton universities, how you answer the question of God's existence will have a profound effect on the way you live your life. It can impact your relationship with others, your commitment to integrity, your attitude toward morality, your perception of truth, and your sense of meaning in life - it can mean the difference between living a life filled with hope or one of despair.
(P) & ©1994 Ravi Zacharias; Word Publishing
"Ravi Zacharias examines the bankruptcy of life without God and gives a powerful defense of how Jesus Christ brings meaning and hope to an individual life." (Billy Graham)
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I'm used to listening to preaching/lectures so I found it most enjoyable. It takes a few listens to digest all of the concepts.
"Fantastic and enlightening apologetic"
Yes. It is is wonderful to hear the author narrating his own book. It makes it that more real.
The clue to the meaning in life is relationships and the pursuit of wonder gives life meaning.
Ravi's sincerity and knowledge of the scriptures and other philosophical perspectives along with his ability to make an point so logical and clear makes the listener want to hear more from such a brilliant scholar.
This audio is intellectually stimulating and definately draws a response from the listener.
I enjoy Dr. Zacharias's intellectual and philosophical approach to man's need for Jesus Christ. Dr. Zacharias is a wonderful teacher.
I am inspired, enlightened, and amazed at how great God is. Ravi is an excellent and great mind. I thank God for using him.
I'm personally enjoyed these lectures and found them to be affirming and strengthens to my faith. Material such as this, emboldens me to speak up when people challenge my faith. That in-spite of the new atheist dogma that faith is unintelligent, faith can be compatible with intelligence, and produce a life well lived.
Sounds very interesting from the title, but the readers speed makes for concertration. Not an easy listen, but a great couple of lectures.
"Good but not what one expects"
I love Ravi Zacharias. He was the first Christian author I read after becoming a Christian. His books are very thought provoking and challenging. This book is really a great read. Instead it is a 3 part teaching that Ravi gives. Still excellent, just not what one expects.
Mr.Zacharias argued against existentialism by using some of the quotes from existentialists and his personal experiences, especially his family. This is more like Mr.Zacharias preaching his believes why you should believe in GOD instead of Can we live with out GOD. This is very much like preaching his ideas as if he is preacher instead of philosopher. I was disappointed for that. I wished this to me more of challenging philosophical ideas backed by facts and history but I can only wish.
Just to let readers know that I am not existentialist. I try to be fair by listening to both sides of arguments. I do not try to conform but to find the truth. I will give him 1.5
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