©2005 Ravi Zacharias; (P)2005 Oasis Audio LLC, under arrangement with Multnomah Publishers
Very thought provoking presentation. Shows that even Hitler could have sought forgiveness through Christ but his massive ego overshadows the Masters voice.
I could hardly have been more disappointed in this short book. The title suggested I'd encounter, at least, a philosophical tussle between diametrically opposed positions. And the brief blurb provided here suggested the same.
What you get, though, is a religious tract that is almost without argumentation.
A huge let down -- anticipating a thrilling dialog -- hope dashed by a rather heavy handed, conventional (and facile) surface skim of christian ethics.
It was great listening to this book. The dramatization was excellent. The only sad part was that it ended after 2 hours. Looking forward to more works like this from Ravi Zacharias.
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