Is the Bible Intolerant? Is Believing in God Irrational?Millenials,Christianity Ravi Zacharias is a renowned Christian scholar and author, and founder of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries.
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Foreword by Ravi Zacharias
What People are Saying About This
Kelly Monroe Kullberg
"A time of cynicism and shallow slogans is the church's time of opportunity. This book helps us water hard ground and plant seeds that might take root and bear fruit. Here is a guidebook that is elegant, understandable and necessary in our time. Please study it, and disseminate such thoughtfulness in a hurting world." Kelly Monroe Kullberg, founder of The Veritas Forum and author of Finding God Beyond Harvard: The Quest for Veritas
"Amy Orr-Ewing is one of the foremost British evangelists and apologists of our generation. Her writings are clear-thinking, thoughtful and persuasive." Nicky Gumbel, pioneer of the Alpha Course
"A provocative, informed and challenging book, which is certain to stimulate thought and conversation." Alister McGrath, professor of historical theology, Oxford University, and president, Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics
"Brilliant. . . . Defends the truths of Christianity with grace and intelligence." Beth Redman, songwriter and author of Soul Sister and Blessed Be Your Name
As an ophthalmologist, I can add a different perspective on living a Christian life—or what
I call a God-Centered Paradigm. Your eyes and brain are incredible designs and structures developed by God. The intricacy and interconnectivity of the human body ...
In this brilliant and compelling defense of the Christian faith, Ravi Zacharias shows how affirming
the reality of God's existence matters urgently in our everyday lives. According to Zacharias, how you answer the questions of God's existence will impact your ...
How differently would we live if we believed that every dimension of our livesfrom the
happy to the tragic to the mundanewere part of a beautiful and purposeful design in which no thread were wrongly woven? That’s what best-selling author ...
Engaging stories for children of Saints Ursula, Benedict, Christopher, Catherine of Siena, Augustine of Hippo,
Augustine of Canterbury, Cecilia, Giles, Nicholas, Faith, Cosmo and Damian, Martin, George, and Francis of Assisi. Attractively illustrated.
Why bother with the Bible?Of all the books in the world, the Bible sticks out
like a sore thumb. For some, it's uniquely and divinely inspired, and thus the only authoritative source of truth.For others, it's a quaint relic from ...
It's almost second nature for Christians to call God Father. Jesus taught his followers as
much, although for them it was apparently a surprising practice. The worshiping community of the Old Testament used fatherly images for understanding God's character and ...
It was the perfect irony. To lose God at a missions conference.What's worse, Matt Rogers
will tell you, is that it all felt like fate. Years later, even after Matt's depression subsided, the feeling of being forgotten had not left ...
Like children performing for our parents in a backyard play, we long to receive the
applause, the approval, the divine well done of our heavenly Father. This Bible study is about how we can please Godnot by following legalistic rules ...