Posted by Ravi Zacharias on April 6, 2016 How can you stand out against a society that is moving away from God? How can you keep your faith strong? Ravi Zacharias continues to look at the life of Daniel and shares how he stayed true to his Christian beliefs during difficult circumstances. That’s today on Just Thinking.
Posted by Ravi Zacharias on April 5, 2016 What kind of boundaries do you have to avoid temptation? Are those boundaries set in stone or do you find yourself moving them when you need to? On today’s Just Thinking, Ravi Zacharias begins to examine the life of Daniel and shares what you can learn from him.
Posted by Ravi Zacharias on April 1, 2016 You know that absolutes are important but what if those absolutes believe in the killing of others? Where do you draw a line between pluralism and relativism? Ravi Zacharias brings the answers to these difficult questions on today’s Just Thinking.
Posted by Ravi Zacharias on March 30, 2016 Have you ever been told you’re prejudice because of your belief that Jesus Christ is the only way to God? Why don’t they say the same thing to those who believe in eastern religions? Hear Ravi Zacharias answer these questions as he looks at the appeal of pantheism. That’s on today’s Just Thinking.
Posted by Ravi Zacharias on March 24, 2016 God wants to speak to you, but are you listening for Him? Do you allow yourself time to push aside daily distractions and be silent? Ravi Zacharias shares what God wants to say to us, and what He wants to say to our nation. That’s on today’s Just Thinking.
Posted by Ravi Zacharias on March 22, 2016 What is the difference between a life that has glory and one that doesn’t? Before you can answer this question, you first need to know what the glory of God really is. Listen as Ravi Zacharias brings the answer to this question on today’s Just Thinking.
Posted by Ravi Zacharias on March 21, 2016 Does your life glorify God? What does a life that glorifies God look like? What are the consequences of a life without God? Ravi Zacharias examines the life of two individuals to find the answers to these questions. That’s today on Just Thinking.