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  1. Can Man Live Without God
    Can Man Live Without God
    Ravi Zacharias
    Thomas Nelson / 2004 / Trade Paperback
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    4.5 Stars Out Of 5 12 Reviews
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  1. 5 Stars Out Of 5
    July 22, 2008
    Roger
    This is my favorite books of Ravi's so far. I have a few more books to go over, but this one is unique in that it is based on real world conversations with college aged students as well as secular scholars. It is not just a dry academic discussion or a cheerleading feel good book. It actually hits some serious issues that we Christians need to face and own up in ourselves to get a deeper relationship to God. I love this book and recommend it to everyone I know. There are some great analogies as well as straight talk to help direct everyone to the relationship with Jesus that we have to have before we can accurately reflect Him in this world. Two thumbs up! This book is a great addition to any library. You will want to read this several times to make notes on the subjects and the eloquent way he addresses them. As usual Ravi is renowned for getting at the heart of any issue and not chasing carrots that distract from the topic at hand.
  2. 1 Stars Out Of 5
    April 29, 2008
    stan philers
    The book is okay, but definitely not for one well versed in philosophy. The author's own background and dealings seem to stem from a very popular approach to philosophy and religion. His section on Hinduism seems to ultimately betray his lack of understanding in general. This book is not recommended for the serious student or scholar who seeks to sharphen his or her understanding and approach to philosophy or religion.
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