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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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Revival in Vietnam

Back in his early ministry Ravi Zacharias had an opportunity to speak in Vietnam to the American troops and the Vietnamese. It was in the summer of 1971 during the Vietnam war and his ministry took place during a revival in that country. Listen today as he relates a poem written by a soldier who became a believer at that time.






Made for a Purpose

God created each person individually unique and it is not His intention for anyone to try and be somebody else. Ravi Zacharias describes just how important this concept is on today's Thought.






Everything Is Meaningless

While on a trip to the Philippines Ravi Zacharias was confronted by someone from the audience that shouted "everything is meaningless". On today's Thought hear how Ravi answered this man and how his answer led to a changed life for this individual.






Life Has No Meaning Without God

Life is sacred. The Bible says we are made in the image of God and that fact gives value to every human being. Yet for those who don't believe in God they are missing out on the connection between the sacredness of life and consequently the meaning of life as Ravi Zacharias explains on today's program.






The Moral Argument

Skeptics are directing their attacks against the validity of belief in God based on the moral argument. Today on Just A Thought Ravi Zacharias describes the success at which skeptics have attacked other arguments for the existence of God and now are focusing their attack on the existence of morality that demands a transcendent being as its source.