In this compelling dialogue, Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace, meets face to face with Adolf Hitler, the twentieth century's most striking personification of evil. Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the German pastor Hitler ordered hanged, eventually enters in to the conversation and the heat intensifies when the three begin to weigh the value of relationships, love andforgiveness. This third compelling book in Ravi Zacharias' Great Conversations series addresses fundamental issues of life and death, the evil of violence in light of the value of human life, and other tough issues in modern society. Unabridged. 2.5 Hours on 2 CDs. Read by the author and cast.
Adolf Hitler: Evil, hatred, pride, and destruction. Jesus Christ: Peace, love, humility, and life. What could they possibly have to talk about? In this compelling dialogue, two men of contrasting values meet face-to-face. They address fundamental issues of life and death, the evil of violence in light of the value of human life, and the timeless search for unity in diversity. Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the German pastor Hitler ordered hanged, joins in and the heat intensifies when the three begin to weigh the value of relationships, love, and forgiveness. You won’t want to miss this imaginative discourse that will take you inside the mind of one of the most brutal tyrants of all time…and the very God who made him.
Ravi Zacharias was born in India. After earning his master’s degree at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, he began a speaking ministry that has taken him worldwide (including the campuses of Harvard and Princeton) as a recognized authority on comparative religions, cults, and philosophy. At Oxford University he serves as visiting lecturer in world religions and apologetics. His books include the Gold Medallion winner Can Man Live without God, Light in the Shadow of Jihad, The Lotus and the Cross, and Jesus Among Other Gods. He also teaches the weekly international radio program Let My People Think. Ravi lives with his wife, Margaret, in Atlanta. They have three grown children.