By Ravi Zacharias The life and death of Jesus Christ provides us with a worldview that no other worldview can offer. It is absolutely unique. It first gives us a strong framework for moral reasoning, it shows us the condition of our hearts and pushes us to think inwards and finally it gives us a remedy for the malady we find ourselves in. Absolutes in justice, evil, love and forgiveness can only be found on the cross on which Jesus died.
(By Dr Latha Christie) Life is not always fair and when unfairness strikes, a question begins to haunt us: “Is God fair?” This pierces us to the core and leaves us at a complete loss. We feel that it is unjust when God seems to let the innocent suffer, while the evil ones go scot-free. It looks unjust when God lets a little baby die of a devastating illness. It seems unjust when some people on earth have plenty to eat, while others struggle for survival. Many abuse and rape victims, whom I have counselled, live in abject misery and cry […]
by Neil Vimalkumar B. In order to enjoy true freedom the problem of the heart needs to be resolved. All is not well within us. The Bible says that we are slaves to sin. But there is a hope, Jesus Christ is our hope. As long as man holds on to the greatest commandment given to us by the Lord Jesus Christ which is to love the Lord our God with all our hearts and minds, and our neighbours as ourselves, we will enjoy lasting freedom.
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.