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Does the Trinity violate the law of non-contradiction? Does this show favoritism towards Christianity since many other religions violate the law of non-contradiction as well? This is a huge doctrinal question, and the answer is complex. Join Ravi Zacharias today on Just Thinking as he answers this difficult question during a Q&A Session at Penn State.
Who is Jesus? Why should we all believe that Jesus Christ is the only way to salvation and everlasting life? Many people who are not Christians have these questions, but many of us who are followers of Christ can have the same thoughts. Ravi Zacharias is closing the Q&A session in Seattle, Washington on today's episode of Just Thinking by answering these difficult questions.
Do you ever wonder if it is really worth it to follow Christ as we face trials and persecutions? This honest question is something many of us struggle with during life's difficulties. Ravi Zacharias gives some insight on this tough issue on today's episode of Just Thinking during a Q&A session in Seattle, Washington.
Do you find yourself with many questions on the Christian worldview? Are there times when you don't want to label yourself as a Christian because of some of the things others have done in the name of Christianity? Many of us are struggling to find unity here. Join Ravi Zacharias on today's episode of Just Thinking as he gives his answer to this question on the division within Christianity at a Q&A session in Seattle, Washington.
If the United States was founded upon being a place of tolerance, then isn't secularization just the logical evolution of tolerance? Ravi Zacharias' explanation to this question and more is on today's episode of Just Thinking a Q&A Session in Seattle, Washington.