Ravi Zacharias Quotations

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Ravi Zacharias was one of the leading voices in the field of Christian apologetics, and an author of many significant books in this genre. RZIM, his organization is based in Atlanta, Georgia; and his daily radio program has been heard throughout Canada and the United States. With the announcing of his passing this week, it seemed an appropriate time to repeat this set of quotations which first appeared here in 2011.

“We experience emptiness not when we are wearied by our trials, but when we are wearied by our happiness.”

“A man rejects God neither because of intellectual demands nor because of the scarcity of evidence. A man rejects God because of a moral resistance that refuses to admit his need for God.”

“One of the most staggering truths of the Scriptures is to understand that we do not earn our way to heaven. …works have a place–but as…

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