Ravi Zacharias

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Fatherhood’s Call to Duty

16 June 2014

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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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Is truth real? Ravi Zacharias at the University of Pennsylvania

13 February 2014

On 11 February 2014, Ravi Zacharias spoke at the University of Pennsylvania on the topic of ‘Is truth real?’. The video from the event, which includes a lengthy Q & A session (also involving RZIM team member, Nabeel Qureshi), can be seen below (the feed starts at 38:45):

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How do I defend the Bible?

10 September 2013

If you meet an honest sceptic how can you defend the authority of the Bible to them? In a question and answer session, Ravi Zacharias provides an approach for entering into conversation with those who don’t accord the Bible any particular significance. He also stresses that we should not neglect the existential struggles that people […]

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Why does the church fail to live up to its own standards?

6 September 2013

If we believe in a life-transforming gospel then why does the church often seem to fail to live up to its own standards? What about all of the hateful things that are done in the name of Christianity? In this question and answer session, Michael Ramsden and Ravi Zacharias deal with the thorny question of […]

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How do we communicate to atheists about God?

30 August 2013

It’s all very well saying how unique our faith is, but how do we communicate our beliefs to those who don’t even accept God’s existence? In a question and answer session, Ravi Zacharias sums up what topics he brings into conversation when confronted by those who have no concept of the transcendent. He suggests that […]

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