Has Christianity Failed You? - DVD
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On May 11, 2006, before a sold-out audience at Atlanta's renowned Fox Theatre, Ravi Zacharias and Michael Ramsden tackled the seeming failure of Christianity to respond with relevance and compassion in real-world experiences.
"That's how it has failed us - when it becomes part of the judgment that divides us rather than the Grace that unites us."
Disc One replays that dramatic evening, with both messages.
Disc Two contains the live 35 minute Q&A session in which some of the most difficult personal conflicts were voiced by earnest seekers.
Dics Three Ravi and Michael continue to respond to those questions that could not be addressed during the evening because of time constraints; as well as other bonus features.
This set is jam-packed with over 120 minutes of content!
Vendor: Ravi Zacharias International Ministries
Publication Date: 2006
Availability: In Stock
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Chuck5 Stars Out Of 5Has Christianity Failed You?December 22, 2014ChuckRavi Zacharias continues to be one of the most outstanding apologists and Christian writers, reflecting his wide knowledge of cultures and his absolute search for truth. This work looks at the practical effectiveness of Christianity in those who profess to be followers but have either doubts or negatives about it in practical living. It raises the thought process to address the question, "Have we failed in our Christianity?" This is an excellent book!
John3 Stars Out Of 5June 8, 2012JohnQuality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3The topic was great, but the dvd quality was not good. I found that the talk was not complete in the DVD.