Inspiring Ravi Zacharias Quotes

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Ravi Zacharias (26 March 1946 – 19 May 2020) was theologian, author, minister, and an apologist. His works helped Christians to learn about their faith and what it means to believe in God. Throughout his life, his works, speeches, and lessons continue to resonate with us to this day. Here are ten Inspiring Ravi Zacharias Quotes:

Only through repentance and faith in Christ can anyone be saved. No religious activity will be sufficient, only true faith in Jesus Christ alone

There is no greater discovery than seeing God as the author of your destiny.

Yes, if truth is not undergirded by love, it makes the possessor of that truth obnoxious and the truth repulsive.

But the greatest dream of all is to know God and to know what he has intended for your life

How wonderful to know that when Jesus Christ speaks to you and to me, he enables you to understand yourself, to die to that self because of the cross, and brings the real you to birth.

To sustain the belief that there is no God, atheism has to demonstrate infinite knowledge, which is tantamount to saying, “I have infinite knowledge that there is no being in existence with infinite knowledge…

My premise is that the popular aphorism that ‘all religions are fundamentally the same and only superficially different’ simply is not true. It is more correct to say that all religions are, at best, superficially similar but fundamentally different.

These days it’s not just that the line between right and wrong has been made unclear, today Christians are being asked by our culture today to erase the lines and move the fences, and if that were not bad enough, we are being asked to join in the celebration cry by those who have thrown off the restraints religion had imposed upon them. It is not just that they ask we accept, but they now demand of us to celebrate it too.

The Christian faith, simply stated, reminds us that our fundamental problem is not moral; rather, our fundamental problem is spiritual. It is not just that we are immoral, but that a moral life alone cannot bridge what separates us from God. Herein lies the cardinal difference between the moralizing religions and Jesus’ offer to us. Jesus does not offer to make bad people good but to make dead people alive.

Truth by definition excludes.

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