'Do You Lock Your Door at Night?' ~ Ravi Zacharias During Q and A
A quick witted response brings a light heart to a serious subject. One of Ravi's best. This comes from an event today from the University of Pennsylvania, titled, "Is Truth Real?"
The Ravi team has uploaded the exchange on their YouTube (Bravo!):
For more clear thinking like this from Ravi Zacharias... I invite you to visit: http://www.rzim.org/
Also, the entire (free) presentation can be found here: http://tinyurl.com/m3gk9hl
This is gonna go down as a "Classic Ravi Response." A student at U-Penn asks Ravi why he is afraid of "subjective moral reasoning?" The answer lightens the mood a bit, but then the student buries himself even further.
Ravi models restraint in his response because the Christian worldview can -- if not tempered with grace/love/compassion (so our constant fight with our nature which tends towards our natural man) -- overwhelm the challenger, family member, friend or co-worker because of its strength.
(Just a side-note, Ravi hinted twice during the presentation that he is about ready for retirement)
Two other parts caught my attention, one for a group of guys at an "Apologetics on Tap" gathering I head where we are going over Greg Koukl's book, Tactics:
Ravi Zacharias Verbalizes Gregory Koukl's 'Tactics'
Ravi Zacharias' Closing Soliloquy at U-Penn
UNDER SECTION 107 OF COPYRIGHT ACT OF 1976 ALLOWANCE IS MADE FOR "FAIR USE" FOR PURPOSES SUCH AS CRITICISM, COMMENT, NEWS REPORTING, TEACHING, SCHOLARSHIP AND RESEARCH. FAIR USE IS PERMITTED BY COPYRIGHT STATUE THAT OTHERWISE BE INFRINGING. NON-PROFIT,EDUCATION AND PERSONAL TIPS THE BALANCE IN FAVOR OF FAIR USE.