Sunday, October 31, 2010

Jesus Among Other Gods

The author, Frederick Antony Ravi Kumar Zacharias, is an Indian-born, Canadian-American Christian apologist and evangelist. Ravi Zacharias is the author of numerous Christian books, including Gold Medallion Book Award winner Can Man Live Without God ?

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Don't all religions teach the same thing ?




Many religions claiming to be the true path



When Pope John Paul II called for a massive "new evangelisation" of Asia during a November 1999 visit to India, his comments sparked protest from Hindus for whom proselytising is a form of oppression. The debate underscored the sharp difference between Western creeds such as Christianity and Islam, which tend to be exclusive, and Eastern religions that stress pluralism.

The reality is that if religion is to be treated with intellectual respect, then it must stand the test of truth, regardless of the mood of the day. This book is a defense of the uniqueness of the Christian message.

In this book Ravi Zacharias explains how the blueprint for life and death itself is found in a true understanding of Jesus. With a simple yet penetrating style, Ravi Zacharias uses rich illustrations to celebrate the power of Jesus Christ to transform lives. This book contrasts the truth of Jesus with founders of Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism, strengthening believers and compelling them to share their faith with our post-modern world.

In Jesus Among Other Gods, Ravi Zacharias examines the truly unique message of Jesus in distinction to other major religions of the world. Is Jesus Christ really that different from other religious teachers ? Aren't all the major religions basically the same ? Ravi Zacharias looks at 6 vital questions that Jesus answered in a way that no other claimant to divine or prophetic status would have answered. Some may resist Jesus' answers, but antagonists will not be able to challenge his uniqueness.

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