About fourteen years ago, a friend of mine handed me a cassette entitled “Can Man Live Without God?” I looked at the name and shrugged my shoulders, “No, I can’t say that I’ve heard of him.” My friend looked surprised, “You haven’t heard of Ravi Zacharias? Here. Take it. I think you’ll really like him.”
I don’t know that I’ve been more impacted by something, so far as an audio lecture is concerned, than Ravi’s lecture at Harvard. It profoundly affected me. Unfortunately, I can’t track down the exact Harvard lecture I listened to, but the one linked here is similar.
Ravi Zacharias is a masterful communicator. His stories are rich. His analogies are arresting. And his rhythm is mesmerizing. But most importantly, he is a sound apologist.
Must Listen Factor: If you’ve listened to other stuff by Ravi, this has a moderate must listen factor (You’re probably familiar with many of the stories, etc). If not, it is a must listen.
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