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Just A Thought

Just A Thought

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Just A Thought

A one-minute, daily program featuring excerpts from Ravi and his brother Nathan Zacharias. The programs seek to explore issues such as life's meaning, the credibility of the Christian message and the Bible, the weakness of modern intellectual movements, the uniqueness of Jesus Christ, and other topics mixing biblical teaching and Christian apologetics.

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The Trinity: Unity in Diversity

The term university is the art of finding unity in diversity and Ravi Zacharias explains that the best example of this can be found in the christian faith. Listen to today's program where he points to the triune God as the ultimate expression of the concept of university.






Conviction vs. Opinion

Some times people confuse convictions with opinions. Today on Just A Thought, Ravi Zacharias explains the difference between the two with an admonition on how a christian should conduct themselves while maintaining strong convictions.confi






Outside of the Resurrection – No Other Hope

Konrad Adenauer, Chancellor of Germany after the fall of Hitler, once asked a critical question of Billy Graham while Mr. Graham was visiting Germany. Listen to today's program to find out what the question was and the amazing statement that was made after Mr. Graham gave the answer.






Comparing This Generation

Jesus asked "To what should I compare this generation?" Ravi Zacharias explains how this question is relevant to the current generation and predicts the outcome of the answer to that question on today's Thought.






What is Your Question?

Ravi Zacharias describes an interaction with a student who asks him the question: "How can there be a God when there is so much evil in this world?" Ravi answered him by taking him back a few logical steps in his thinking to help the student realize he was asking the wrong question.