14 Remarkable Ravi Zacharias Quotes

14 Remarkable Ravi Zacharias Quotes

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Ravi Kumar Zacharias is a Indian-Canadian-American Christian apologist. He has written many books about his religion and God, his most popular of which is Can Man Live Without God?. He also founded the Board of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries.

“Beginning well is a momentary thing; finishing well is a lifelong thing.”

“Changes in language often reflect the changing values of a culture.”

“Faith in the biblical sense is substantive, based on the knowledge that the One in whom that faith is placed has proven that He is worthy of that trust. In its essence, faith is a
confidence in the person of Jesus Christ and in His power, so that even when His power does not serve my end, my confidence in Him remains because of who He is.”

“Humor aside, I think the reason we sometimes have the false sense that God is so far away is because that is where we have put him. We have kept him at a distance, and then when we are in
need and call on him in prayer, we wonder where he is. He is exactly where we left him.”

“I am thoroughly convinced that when the last chapter of humanity is written, we will find that the implications of atheism, i.e., living without God, if consistently carried through, will
have made life plainly unlivable within the limits of reason or even common sense”

“I came to Him because I did not know which way to turn. I remained with Him because there is no other way I wish to turn. I came to Him longing for something I did not have. I remain with
“Him because I have something I will not trade. I came to Him as a stranger. I remain with Him in the most intimate of friendships. I came to Him unsure about the future. I remain with Him
certain about my destiny. I came amid the thunderous cries of a culture that has 330 million deities. I remain with Him knowing that truth cannot be all-inclusive.”

“In naturalism, man is actually very insignificant, but arrogates to himself stupendous power. In Christianity, man is actually the apex of created significance, but is called to see it in
abject humility.”

“In other words, truth is not only a matter of offense, in that it makes certain assertions. It is also a matter of defense in that it must be able to make a cogent and sensible response to
the counterpoints that are raised.”

“Love is a command, not just a feeling. Somehow, in the romantic world of music and theater we have made love to be what it is not. We have so mixed it with beauty and charm and sensuality
and contact that we have robbed it of its higher call of cherishing and nurturing.”

“The Bible places supreme value in the thought life. “As a man thinketh in his heart, so is he,” Solomon wrote. Jesus asserted that sin’s gravity lay in the idea itself, not just the act.
“Paul admonished the church at Philippi to have the mind of Christ, and to the same people he wrote, “Whatever is true … pure … if there be any virtue … think on these things.” Thus, the
follower of Christ must demonstrate to the world what it is not just to think, but to think justly.”

“Truth has been relegated to subjectivity; beauty has been subjugated to the beholder; and as millions are idiotized night after night, a global commune has been constructed with the arts
enjoying a totalitarian rule.”

“We have a right to believe whatever we want, but not everything we believe is right.”

“What we need is not a religion that is right where we are right, but one that is right where we are wrong.”

“With no fact as a referent, what is normative is purely a matter of preference.”