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The Mind and Heart in Search of Answers (Ravi Zacharias) DVD

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A Christian response to the questions of origin, meaning & destiny. When science, philosophy and astronomy converge to unveil the splendour of God they awaken a sense of wonder.

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A Christian response to the questions of origin, meaning & destiny. When science, philosophy and astronomy converge to unveil the splendour of God they awaken a sense of wonder. This is what happens when Doctors David Block, Louw Alberts, and Ravi Zacharias face this open forum at Witwatersrand University in Johannesburg, South Africa.

It is a delightful presentation responding to the penetrating questions of heart and mind. The responses accommodate both the young and the mature in search of answers, as they choose between Christ and other world views. (47 minutes)

This DVD contains the following 10 questions:

 

  • What were Paul's views on ethnicity (national/cultural traditions)?
  • What place is there for a creator in the universe?
  • Does the Big Bang line up with the Genesis account?
  • How relevant is the notion of the fallenness of mankind?
  • What is the meaning of life?
  • Did free enterprise work in the 1st Christian congregation?
  • Why don't many intelligent people come to God?
  • Is astrology valid?
  • Is it wrong as Christian to use eastern religions?
  • How does one actually become Christian?

 

All these questions are answered at an open forum by three doctors in their field;

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The Mind and Heart in Search of Answers (Ravi Zacharias) DVD

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A Christian response to the questions of origin, meaning & destiny. When science, philosophy and astronomy converge to unveil the splendour of God they awaken a sense of wonder.

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