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Responding to Ravi Zacharias on the truth of xtianity

Posted by on February 29, 2020

FIL sent me this video.

My thoughts on the main argument:


i guarantee you: only in the judeo christian worldview do you find these four questions answered with corresponding truthfulness and with the coherence of a worldview.

I say: what?

it’s trivial to find two christians who disagree about whether evolution is true (adam and eve, the flood, etc)

do we live to serve god, each other, ourselves? I think these are not settled matters among all christians

jews and christians certainly disagree on some of these matters, but christians are divided on morality of issues as pervasive as homosexuality, immigration, war, even the flagship issue of abortion

there is no judeo-christian vision of destiny. Jews have no afterlife. Christianity is predicated on the notion of the afterlife.

And this is only responding to the question of coherence, not truthfulness — which is certainly even more suspect for all four.

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