by Ravi Zacharias & Os Guinness Is Freedom unlimited? What are the challenges to freedom in a complex globalised world? In this video Os Guinness and Ravi Zacharias address important questions asked by people of varying age groups and backgrounds on the foundations of freedom and the practical response of a Christian to the ever-changing concept of freedom.
Author and Speaker Os Guinness articulates the challenges to freedom faced by nations around the globe. Sustainable freedom seems like an almost impossible goal. In many nations freedom for one group of people is tyranny for another. How do we understand freedom today? what can we learn from those who have gone before us? In this video Os Guinness looks into the history of many nations and the ideas of freedom that came out of them. He then constructs the Golden Triangle of freedom, showing the three important dimensions which need to be factored in to have a sustainable, true […]
by Michael Ramsden A society can function only if its people are men and women of integrity. Ethics and Morality play an important role in the life of an individual and a community, yet we find it very difficult to keep to the moral standards required. We fail over and over again. Does our worldview have an answer for the predicament we humans find ourselves in? Does it satisfactorily resolve the paradox and provide us a way out of the chaos which it can lead to?
Dr Ravi Zacharias answers during a Q & A session after the Open Forum held on February 24, 2016, at University of Kentucky God is the God of humankind.. that is our Lord who treats all of us, men and women, with intrinsic worth and reflective splendour. What an incredibly gracious God to remind us that none of us is superior to the other! We only have the same privilege of taking our distinctives and complementarities along with us in taking the Message to the world. Jesus paid the greatest compliment to the woman with the alabaster jar of ointment […]
A helpful way to understand secularity is to see it as the prodigal child of Christianity. It helps not only by giving a location to the “secular”, but it also provides a way to make sense of the cultural conflicts that increased secularization brings. In its infancy, the term “secular” was used primarily to differentiate between the mundane tasks, such as farming, plumbing, or playing from the sacred tasks, such as, worship, baptism, or ecclesial liturgy. Irrespective of whether we now think that such a separation is warranted or not, we can understand the rationale for such a categorization within its […]