Articles

Why Suffering? Finding Meaning and Comfort When Life Doesn’t Make Sense

20 October 2014

 Why would a loving and powerful God allow so much pain and suffering? In Why Suffering? Ravi Zacharias and Vince Vitale carefully walk you through a variety of responses that, considered together, provide a clear, comprehensive, and convincing answer. Some of these responses have never before been published. Here is a book written with great […]

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Oxford University Public Lecture on Science and Theology

6 October 2014

Alister McGrath, President of the OCCA and the Andreas Idreos Professor of Science and Religion at the University of Oxford, will be giving an inaugural lecture open to the public and free of charge at 5pm, Monday 20th October. As Director of the Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion and Fellow of Harris Manchester College Oxford, Alister will be informing […]

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Simon Edwards refutes No ‘historically’ Meek Messiah

3 October 2014

In the book, No Meek Messiah author Michael Paulkovich says he studied 126 historical texts by scholars who lived during and shortly after Jesus’ lifetime. Paulkovich writes in the introduction to his book “When I consider those 126 writers, all of whom should have heard of Jesus but did not…I must conclude this ‘Jesus Christ’ is […]

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Ravi Zacharias at Keswick Convention

Ravi Zacharias addresses the Keswick Convention

18 August 2014

At week three of the 139th Keswick Convention, Ravi Zacharias gave a central address, the Keswick Lecture on the uniqueness of Christ, adding to a long line of superb Bible teaching from Keswick’s establishment in 1875.This lecture will form part of broadcast with Ravi on BBC Radio 4, Sunday 24 August at 8.10am London local […]

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If God, Why Suffering?

28 June 2014

In one of the first significant conversations I had on this topic, my Aunt Regina expressed to me how difficult it is to see her son Charles – my cousin – struggle with a serious mental illness. Being more concerned at the time with the question than the questioner, I started spouting some of my […]

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Father's Day

Fatherhood’s Call to Duty

16 June 2014

My father-in-law had a great impact on my life. A father to four daughters, he always considered me the son he never had. In one of our farewell conversations before he died in 2005, I’ll never forget a particular word he used, a noble four-letter word that epitomized his own life: duty. When the Second […]

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Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus

Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus

3 April 2014

In this new book, Seeking Allah, Finding Jesus, former devout Muslim Dr. Nabeel Qureshi describes his dramatic spiritual journey from Islam to Christianity. A medical doctor by training with two master’s degrees in religious studies, Qureshi now dedicates his time to teaching, writing and speaking as the newest member of the apologetics team at Ravi […]

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Secularization, Its Control and Power

3 April 2014

Why am I a Christian? Michael Ramsden, Ravi Zacharias and Nabeel Qureshi Ravi Zacharias and Michael Ramsden speak on “Why I Am A Christian” at the University of Uppsala in Sweden. On 2nd April Ravi Zacharias, Michael Ramsden and Nabeel Qureshi spoke on the subject of secularism at the University of Uppsala in Sweden.  This was […]

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