Ravi Zacharias

Ravi Zacharias

Ravi Zacharias (born 26 March 1946) is an Indian-born Canadian-American Christian apologist. A defender of traditional evangelicalism,  Zacharias is the author of numerous Christian books, including the Gold Medallion Book Award winner Can Man Live Without God? in the category "theology and doctrine"  and Christian bestsellers Light in the Shadow of Jihad  and The Grand Weaver.  He is the founder and chairman of the board of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, host of the radio programs Let My People Think and Just Thinking, and has been a visiting scholar at Ridley Hall, where he studied moralist philosophers and literature of the Romantic era. Zacharias held the chair in Evangelism and Contemporary Thought at Alliance Theological Seminary from 1981 to 1984. Evangelical Christian leader Chuck Colson referred to Zacharias as "the great apologist of our time."

Frank Turek (February-22-2021) The Ravi Zacharias scandal and the truth of Christianity. The report is out, and it is devastating. Many of the facts have come from the victims themselves and have been verified by looking at Ravi’s own smart phones, which included text messages, emails and pictures. For several years Ravi Zacharias had been living a double life; on one hand as a respected Christian apologist, evangelist and ministry leader; on the other as a serial sexual predator—a man who used his reputation to groom women, many of them massage therapists, to engage in immoral behavior against their will.

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Ravi Zacharias Allegations (February-07-2021)

Ravi Zacharias Allegations (February-07-2021)

Dr. Vince Vitale (December-10-2020) Watch Sermon: What Does God Think of Our Questions? What does God think about our questions? In this talk, Dr. Vince Vitale shares the role that asking questions played in his faith journey and suggests that God, far from discouraging us from asking questions, invites us to seriously explore Christianity's claims.

Ravi Zacharias Ministries (December-09-2020) Watch Sermon: How Can I Know God Exists? - Dr. Vince Vitale. When Vince Vitale arrived to study philosophy at Princeton, he thought the phrase “reasonable faith” was an oxymoron and that all faith had to be blind. But when friends and teammates challenged him to read the Bible for himself, Vince was surprised to find that the New Testament frequently used words like “convincing,” “debating,” and even “proving” in reference to Jesus’s resurrection and divinity. He found that the Bible wasn’t asking him to check his brain at the door before considering faith; it was actually asking him to love God holistically—with all of his heart, soul, and strength, yes, but also with all of his mind. One night, Vince reasoned that if God had really made him and had given him his inquisitive mind, then God would also want an honest intellectual search for Him to point in His direction. Over time, that is exactly what Vince found. To hear some of the reasons why, we hope you’ll watch this message on “How Can I Know God Exists?” from Remind 2018.

Vince Vitale (November-25-2020) Jesus and Skepticism. Dr. Vince Vitale shares his testimony, beginning with his childhood celebrations of Christmas and Easter in a culturally Italian-American family and continuing into his early months as a Princeton University college student, where two of his soccer teammates challenged him to read the Bible, catalyzing Vince's journey to faith and his discovery of the unconditional love of Jesus.

Dr. Vince Vitale (November-21-2020) Watch Message: Is Faith in God Delusional. Is faith in God antirational? Is it too extraordinary or too unscientific to believe? Is faith blind and only for people who don't think hard enough? Vince Vitale considers reasons for belief and shares his journey to faith at the Brooklyn Tabernacle.

Dr. Vince Vitale (October-27-2020) Watch Message: Finding the Gospel in Contemporary Culture. Dr. Vince Vitale gives a talk on September 11, 2020, in an online forum. In this talk, "Finding the Gospel in Contemporary Culture," Vince shares his personal journey to faith, and the hope of the gospel in today's culture.

Pastor Matt Hagee and Ravi Zacharias (July-03-2020). Join us on Thursday night as we replay the late Ravi Zacharias’ final visit to Cornerstone Church. Ravi presented and defended the truth of Jesus Christ so that others may find life in Him. Tune in to this conversation between Pastor Matt and Ravi Zacharias.

Ravi Zacharias (June-22-2020) Sermon: Lessons from History " The Tale of Two Men " 

Steven Curtis Chapman (June-20-2020) Remembering Ravi Zacharias. Steven Curtis Chapman sits down with two of Ravi Zacharias' adult children, Nathan and Naomi, to honor their late father's legacy on TBN's Father's Day Special, "That's My Dad."

Ravi Zacharias (June-12-2020) Sermon: Raised to Run 

Ravi Zacharias in Leuven, Belgium Update 2020

Memorial: Ravi Zacharias (1946-2020) (May-29-2020). Please join us on May 29, at 11:00 am ET for a livestreamed memorial service honoring the life and ministry of Ravi Zacharias.

Ravi Zacharias at Billy Graham's Funeral (May-20-2020). The words Ravi Zacharias shared at Billy Graham’s funeral service now apply to his own life. The apologist and evangelist passed away on Tuesday, May 19.

RAVI ZACHARIAS {1946 -2020} | HOW TO LIVE A LIFE WITH NO REGRETS | A Life Well Lived! Ravi Zacharias, an Indian-born preacher who rose to prominence in a predominantly white evangelical subculture and who wrote popular books and lectured widely at colleges to make an intellectual defense of the Christian faith, died May 19 at his home in Atlanta. He was 74. The Rev. Zacharias published and edited more than 25 books, and he was a frequent presence in university lecture halls. His international travels as well as his radio and television show “Let My People Think” extended his reach globally.

This morning, our beloved founder and apologist Ravi Zacharias went home to be with Jesus. RZIM’s CEO, Sarah Davis, shares this reflection on her father:

On January 4, my dad recited a stanza from this hymn from the late Richard Baxter (1615-1691):
“Lord, it belongs not to my care
Whether I die or live;
To love and serve Thee is my share,
And this Thy grace must give.

If life be long, I will be glad,
That I may long obey;
If short, yet why should I be sad
To welcome endless day?

Christ leads me through no darker rooms
Than He went through before;
He that unto God’s kingdom comes
Must enter by this door.

Come Lord, when grace hath made me meet
Thy blessed face to see;
For if Thy work on earth be sweet
What will thy glory be?

Then I shall end my sad complaints
And weary sinful days,
And join with the triumphant saints
That sing my Savior’s praise.

My knowledge of that life is small,
The eye of faith is dim;
But ‘tis enough that Christ knows all,
And I shall be with Him.”

None of us could have imagined just two months after reciting that last stanza that my dad would learn he had cancer and he would experience the realization of this more than 300-year-old hymn so soon. Today we affirm, as my dad recited and Baxter penned, “But ‘tis enough that Christ knows all, and I shall be with Him.” My dad, at 74, has “joined with the triumphant saints that sing [his] Savior’s praise.” We who knew and loved him celebrate his life, and more importantly, his Savior.

It was his Savior, Jesus Christ, that my dad always wanted most to talk about. Even in his final days, until he lacked the energy and breath to speak, he turned every conversation to Jesus and what the Lord had done. He perpetually marveled that God took a seventeen-year-old skeptic, defeated in hopelessness and unbelief, and called him into a life of glorious hope and belief in the truth of Scripture—a message he would carry across the globe for 48 years.

His thoughts and conversations in recent years and his final weeks were saturated with gratitude for this team of evangelists, apologists, and staff that he called family: RZIM—Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. He spoke of our evangelists’ tender hearts and their love for people. Some have said my dad blazed a trail when he began commending the Christian faith and addressing life’s great questions of meaning nearly five decades ago. As one friend dear to him remarked, he has also paved that path, desiring that his teammates around the world would continue so untold millions might know the same Jesus he faithfully served—the one he now sees face-to-face.

My dad’s humility, grace, tenderness for people, and above all love for the Lord are forever imprinted on my mind, my heart, and my life. His love for our family will be impossible to replace until we join him in heaven one day. Ravi and Margie just celebrated their 48th wedding anniversary. My mother was entirely committed to my dad’s calling and to this ministry, believing God called them together. I cannot recall even one moment when I saw her commitment to this calling weaken, because she always placed unwavering trust in the God who called them and in His purposes. We experienced God’s kindness and faithfulness in so many ways as we felt Him journeying with us in bringing my dad home. For this we are at peace and filled with deep gratitude to God for the innumerable expressions of His love. Naomi, Nathan, and I are deeply grateful for your continuing prayers for our mother, Margie, and the many expressions of love you have shown to her and to us.

Soon our family will gather for a graveside service. In the days ahead we will provide details for a public memorial service to be held in Atlanta and streamed around the world.

The Gospel of John records these words of Jesus: “Because I live, you also will live” (14:19)—seven words that changed the trajectory of Ravi Zacharias’s life some 57 years ago. It is a verse etched on his grandmother’s grave stone and will be etched on his too. Today my beautiful father is more alive than he has ever been. We thank God for him and recommit our lives to sharing this truth with all who will hear, until He calls us to our eternal home.

Ravi Zacharias at 2018 National Day of Prayer Reunion (May-08-2020). Ravi Zacharias participated in the 67th Annual National Day of Prayer observance in Washington, D.C., as well as the 30th Anniversary celebration of President Ronald Reagan signing it into order. Zacharias was honored alongside past NDOP Honorary Chairpersons and addressed a gathering of influential pastors and leaders at the Museum of the Bible on May 2, 2018.

Ravi Zacharias, Vince Vitale (April-30-2020) Wrestling with Doubts and Questions. "Do you still have doubts about your faith?" Ravi Zacharias and Vince Vitale answer this personal question at Princeton University.

Ravi Zacharias, Abdu Murray, and Louie Giglio (April-24-2020) How Jesus Bridges the East and the West. 

Pastor Louie Giglio, founder of Passion Conferences and Passion City Church, joins Ravi Zacharias and Abdu Murray from RZIM for a conversation in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Tune in as they discuss the challenges of navigating life and ministry in an honor/shame culture, the ways in which God is moving powerfully across Asia, and Ravi and Abdu's forthcoming book, Seeing Jesus from the East.

"I love the snapshot of this moment, where you have a Lebanese, an Indian, and an American, representing different parts of the world together." Giglio observed. "Jesus isn't from the Middle West. He's not from Iowa. He's from Israel and Palestine. And His grace and mercy is the most relevant and radical message everywhere in the world." 

Ravi Zacharias (April-13-2020) Answers Questions from Students in America 

Where is God in a Coronavirus World? | John Lennox, Michael Ramsden - Ravi Zacharias Ministries (April-08-2020). On Wednesday, April 8, join us for a special lockdown conversation between RZIM President Michael Ramsden and Professor John Lennox centered around John's new book, Where is God in a Coronavirus World? 

Ravi Zacharias (April-07-2020) Sermon: What Does it Mean to be Human 

Ravi Zacharias (April-04-2020) Sermon: The Task in a Time of Crisis.

Introducing Episode 3 of #TheSaturdaySession: Each Saturday, one of our speakers will offer an extended message of reflection, timeless truth for a time of caution and confusion. Whether you listen to it on your mobile with headphones, with family gathered around a computer, or stream it with a digital community, these talks are prepared for you with faith, hope, and love at their core.

This week, as we watch at an extraordinary moment in time, Ravi Zacharias explores what he calls the "hinge moments" in history as a path to examine the calling God has placed on each of our lives. As we struggle for meaning in the current situation, Ravi reminds us of Saul's story as a lesson to never "underestimate what God can do to you, in you and through you" and to emphasize the need to be convicted by truth and undergirded by unmitigated love.

Ravi Zacharias and Francis Chan (March-30-2020) How Can I Be a Peacemaker Between Generations? An audience member posed this question to Ravi Zacharias and Francis Chan at a conference for pastors, held at the Zacharias Institute.

Ravi Zacharias (March-28-2020) Truth in a Time of Crisis. 

Introducing Episode 2 of #TheSaturdaySession: Each Saturday, one of our speakers will offer an extended message of reflection, timeless truth for a time of caution and confusion. Whether you listen to it on your mobile with headphones, with family gathered around a computer, or stream it with a digital community, these talks are prepared for you with faith, hope, and love at their core.

This week, in the second episode of this new series featuring our speakers from across the globe, Ravi Zacharias turns his focus from love to truth as he opens up Scripture and how it guides us to be compassionate stewards of truth, with purity and with integrity. In Paul’s words, as quoted by Ravi, we set “forth the truth plainly, we commend ourselves to every man’s conscience in the sight of God.”

Ravi Zacharias and Francis Chan (March-23-2020) How Do We Unify the Church? "How do we unify the church when the culture views our beliefs as oppressive, and without compromising our convictions?" Ravi Zacharias and Francis Chan discuss this question at a conference for church leaders.

Ravi Zacharias (March-22-2020) Sermon: The Meaning of Life 

Ravi Zacharias (March-21-2020) Sermon: True Love in a Time of Crisis. 

Each Saturday, one of our speakers will offer an extended message of reflection, timeless truth for a time of caution and confusion. Whether you listen to it on your mobile with headphones, with family gathered around a computer or stream it with a digital community, these talks are prepared for you with faith, hope and love at their core, and most of all love.

This week, in the first of a new series entitled “The Saturday Session” featuring our speakers from across the globe, Ravi Zacharias shines the light of love eternal and personal on the darkness that abounds. In this talk, Ravi lays out his four pillars upon which we can build a life of strength in truth at this time. A time when we must “live with the eternal in perspective” and reflect on how we each can make this world a better place.

Ravi Zacharias Ministries - If God, Why the Coronavirus? …And Your Other Tough Questions about Faith. Tune in for a livestreamed Q&A from the Zacharias Institute on Friday, March 20, at 7:00 p.m. EDT. In this time of fear and uncertainty amidst the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), we invite you to join us for Q&A with three RZIM speakers: award-winning lawyer Abdu Murray and Drs. Vince Vitale and Jo Vitale.

Ravi Zacharias and Francis Chan (March-16-2020) Talking to a Younger Generation about the Divinity of Jesus. "A low percentage of the younger generations in America believe that Jesus is God...that he existed historically and was a good moral teacher. As a pastor, what am I going to do to convince younger christians of the divinity of Jesus Christ?" Ravi Zacharias and Francis Chan answer this pastor's question at an open forum at the Zacharias Institute.

Ravi Zacharias and Francis Chan (March-09-2020) How to Have Conversations about the Definition of Love. "The Gospel of John says that [Christians] will be known by their love, yet culture has redefined love to be something [Christians] can’t tolerate. How do we discuss the definition of love, with love?" Ravi Zacharias and Francis Chan were asked this question at an open forum at the Zacharias Institute. Listen as they enter into a deeper conversation about the meaning of love and of grace.

Ravi Zacharias (March-04-2020) Sermon: The Testimony

Ravi Zacharias - Love Cannot Be Defined Apart from God | Valentine's Day. We cannot define love until you understand the One who has created us

Ravi Zacharias and Abdu Murray (February-13-2020) Open Forum at University of Miami | Explore God Miami.We all have questions about God, faith, and purpose. On Thursday, February 13, livestream Ravi Zacharias and Abdu Murray at 7:00-9:00 p.m EST as they hone in on the question, “Does God Exist?” followed by a Q&A at the Watsco Center at the University of Miami. 

Matt, Kendal Hagee & Ravi Zacharias (February-07-2020) In His Defense. Ravi Zacharias, Christian apologist and evangelist, discuss his latest book, 'The Logic of God: 52 Christian Essentials for the Heart and Mind."

Ravi Zacharias (January-08-2020) Sermon: 2020 Is Your Year

Ravi Zacharias (January-06-2020) Sermon: Stand Alone 

Matt & kendal Hagee, Ravi Zacharias (November-15-2019) In His Defense. On this episode of The Difference, Matt and Kendal host Ravi Zacharias, Christian apologist and evangelist, as he discusses his latest book, 'The Logic of God: 52 Christian Essentials for the Heart and Mind."

Ravi Zacharias (November-05-2019) and Abdu Murray at the University of Delaware. On Monday, November 4, Ravi Zacharias and Abdu Murray will come together at the University of Delaware 7:00–9:00 p.m. ET to discuss the question, "Are Spiritual Truths Exclusive?"

Ravi Zacharias and Francis Chan (October-09-2019) How Can American Christians Experience God More Intimately? "American Christianity seems like a faith dulled by affluence and comfort. Is it possible for us in the US to experience God in a similar way to the stories we hear coming from Christians facing persecution, for example? How?" Ravi Zacharias and Francis Chan answer this question at an open forum at the Zacharias Institute, deepening the conversation to a global perspective and what the Bible says about becoming too comfortable in our riches, privileges, or affluence.

Ravi Zacharias and Tim Tebow (October-04-2019) Face To Face. On October 4, Ravi Zacharias and Tim Tebow come together for a night of sharing their stories, including challenges faced and lessons learned, hopes for the future, and insight into living as Christians in this day and age.

Ravi Zacharias Ministries (July-27-2019) What's Wrong with Pornography? Andy Bannister answers this question in the Short Answers to Big Questions series.

 Ravi Zacharias Ministries (July-24-2019) What If I Don't Even Care about God? Nathan Betts answers this question in the Short Answers to Big Questions series.

Ravi Zacharias (July-20-2019) Sermon: Where Do Our Values Come From?

Do Atheists Believe in “One God Less”? Andy Bannister - Ravi Zacharias Ministries (June-29-2019). Andy Bannister answers this question in the Short Answers to Big Questions series.

What If I Have Doubts About God? Nathan Betts - Ravi Zacharias Ministries (June-12-2019).  Nathan Betts answers this question in the 31st video of the "Short Answers to Big Questions" series.

How Do I Talk to Non-Christians About My Faith? Vince Vitale - Ravi Zacharias Ministries (June-11-2019). Vince Vitale answers this question at an RZIM event called #SkepticsNight, hosted at The Brooklyn Tabernacle.

Ravi Zacharias Ministries (June-01-2019) Can We Be Good Without God? Nathan Betts answers this question in the 28th video of the "Short Answers to Big Questions" series.

Q&A with Ravi Zacharias and Francis Chan  (May-23-2019). Don’t miss a Q&A with Ravi Zacharias and Francis Chan on Thursday, May 23, 3:00 – 3:40 p.m. ET! We’re excited to offer you this session in our Church Leaders Conference for free.

Ravi Zacharias Ministries (April-28-2019) Why Believe the Bible vs. the Qur'an? Andy Bannister answers this question in the 18th video of the "Short Answers to Big Questions" series.

Ravi Zacharias Ministries (April-24-2019) Who Made God? Nathan Betts answers this question in the 17th video of the "Short Answers to Big Questions" series.

Ravi Zacharias (April-24-2019) The Church and Transgender Persons.

"How does the church graciously welcome the transgender individual while still preaching on the Biblical view of sexuality?" Sam Allberry breaks down this question at an event on gender identity and the Bible, looking at how Christians can be people of both grace and truth.

Why Did Jesus Have To Die? Short Answer to Big Question (April-06-2019). Nathan Betts answers this question in the twelfth video of the "Short Answers to Big Questions" series.

Ravi Zacharias (March-22-2019) Sermon: East and West Pt. 1. Eastern religions now have a large influence on Western culture. What brought us to this point? Are there any positive takeaways from these religions? Just how different are they from the Christian faith? That’s our topic this week on Let My People Think with Ravi Zacharias.

Ravi Zacharias (March-19-2019) Penn State Questions & Answers Pt. 2. Ravi Zacharias and Vince Vitale at Penn State University

Ravi Zacharias (March-17-2019) Penn State Q&A Pt. 1. Ravi Zacharias and Vince Vitale at Penn State University

Ravi Zacharias (March-16-2019) Sermon: Jesus Among Other Gods Pt. 2. Are all religions the same or is there something undeniably unique about Jesus Christ and the Christian Faith. This week we Ravi Zacharias looks at Jesus Among Other Gods.

Ravi Zacharias (February-12-2019) What brings us to believe that Christianity is the exclusive way to truth? A student asks Ravi Zacharias and Abdu Murray this important question at an Open Forum at Yale.

Ravi Zacharias (February-06-2019) Sermon: The Quest For Meaning in a Post-Truth Culture. How do we find meaning in a culture that has abandoned objective truth?

Ravi Zacharias Wishing You a Blessed Christmas (December-23-2018). Merry Christmas, dear friends, from all of us at RZIM.

Ravi Zacharias (October-09-2018) John Lennox: Should We Fear Artificial Intelligence? On Oct. 9, 2018, 7:30 – 9:30 p.m. EST, John Lennox will address the critical questions surrounding artificial intelligence and how the future of artificial intelligence bears on a Christian vision of reality. This event is hosted at the Zacharias Institute in Alpharetta, GA, and is part of a new series called #TrendingQuestions.

Ravi Zacharias (October-05-2018) and Vince Vitale: “You Shall Know” (That I am Lord). Livestream Ravi Zacharias and Vince Vitale at this open forum at Pennsylvania State University Friday, October 5, 7–9 p.m. EST.

Rick Joyner Ministries (Sept 22, 2018) - REBOOT Q&A

Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (Sept 22, 2018) - REBOOT London: Louie Giglio: How can I know this is real? REBOOT, run by the RZIM team, meets in major cities across the globe to explore questions such as ‘How can we know God exists?’, ‘Why does God allow suffering?’ and ‘Hasn’t science disproved God?’. REBOOT provides a place for young people, with or without any faith or church background, to raise their objections and investigate different perspectives on life.

Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (Aug 22, 2018) - University of Florida Q&A Pt. 2  Ravi and Vince answer tough questions at the RZIM Open Forum at the University of Florida.

Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (Aug 22, 2018) - University of Florida Q&A Pt 1.  Ravi and Vince answer tough questions at the RZIM Open Forum at the University of Florida.

Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (Aug 22, 2018) - The Greastest Story Ever Told Pt. 1 Origin, Meaning, Morality, and Destiny find their explanation in beauty. Ravi shares the part of beauty within "The Greatest Story Ever Told."

Ravi Zacharias, Vince Vitale (Jul 31, 2018) - Passion City Church Q&A Pt. 2.  Many think science can help solve all of the issues going on in the world today, but is that true? Ravi Zacharias and Vince Vitale answer this question and others at Passion City Church.

Ravi Zacharias, Vince Vitale (Jul 31, 2018) - Passion City Church Q&A Pt. 1. Many think science can help solve all of the issues going on in the world today, but is that true? Ravi Zacharias and Vince Vitale answer this question and others at Passion City Church.

Ravi Zacharias (Jul 31, 2018) - The Glory of God: For This We Were Made Pt. 2. What does the glory of God mean in a society that is filled with darkness? How can we better understand the bright light of the glory of God?

Ravi Zacharias (Jul 31, 2018) - The Glory of God: For This We Were Made Pt. 1. What does the glory of God mean in a society that is filled with darkness? How can we better understand the bright light of the glory of God?

Update with Ravi Zacharias and Michelle Qureshi (Jul 25, 2018).  Wonderful to be in Colorado for The Summit Aspen. So good to be part of this event where Michelle Qureshi invited me on behalf of the organizers. Had a great time in this beautiful spot and encouraged by a packed house for the event–a true privilege and honor. Michelle continues to be a dear friend to Margie and me, and to RZIM. Proud of how she has carried on following Nabeel Qureshi’s passing in spite of the steep climb. Please pray for her and Ayah in their courageous walk.

Ravi Zacharias (July-24-2018) “Why Me? A Look at Why We’re Here” – Alycia Wood at ReFresh. Livestream Alycia Wood Tuesday, July 24, at 5:45 p.m. EST speaking on “Why Me? A Look at Why We Are Here.” This is the first evening session at ReFresh: Ready for College, a training event for students at the Zacharias Institute

Ravi Zacharias Ministries - livestream Wednesday, July 24, 2018 - “Why Me? A Look at Why We’re Here” – Alycia Wood.  Livestream Alycia Wood Tuesday, July 24, at 5:45 p.m. EST speaking on “Why Me? A Look at Why We Are Here.” This is the first evening session at ReFresh: Ready for College, a training event for students at the Zacharias Institute.

Ravi Zacharias Ministries - livestream Wednesday, July 27, 2018 - “Living as Sent People” – Shawn Hart at ReFresh. Livestream Shawn Hart as he challenges young students with the message, “Living as Sent People,” on Friday, July 27, at 5:45 p.m. EST. This talk is the final session during our training event for high school upperclassmen and college freshmen at ReFresh: Ready for College.

Ravi Zacharias - livestream Wednesday, July 26, 2018 - “Building Your Private Life”.  Livestream Ravi Zacharias Thursday, July 26, at 5:45 p.m. as he speaks to students on “Building Your Private Life.” This talk is an evening session during our ReFresh: Ready for College event, a training week for high school upperclassmen and college freshmen at the Zacharias Institute.

WATCH NOW - Ravi Zacharias Ministries - livestream Wednesday, July 25, 2018 - “Why the Cross?” – Jo Vitale at ReFresh. Join Jo Vitale by livestream Wednesday, July 25, at 5:45 p.m. EST as she looks into the question, “Why the Cross?,” with students attending ReFresh: Ready for College. You don’t want to miss this powerful message! Want to come to next year’s ReFresh? Sign up on rzim.org/refresh19 and we’ll let you know when registration opens!

Ravi Zacharias (July-11-2018) How To Be Sure That One Heaven Is Real? A person asks about the existence of Heaven in Christianity and the assurance that a believer will go there in the end. Listen to the excellent response of Ravi Zacharias.

Ravi Zacharias (July-10-2018) Stirring Stories: RZIM in Jos, Nigeria. Watch highlights from a recent trip to Jos, Nigeria, with Michael Ramsden and members of our RZIM Africa team.

Ravi Zacharias (July-06-2018) A Discovery of Christian Apologetics Update. The Zacharias Institute and Passion Global Institute partnered together in June for an event called A Discovery of Christian Apologetics.

Ravi Zacharias (July-03-2018) Preview of July Travels. Ravi and Margie set out on a 4-country trip (Nepal, India, Sri Lanka, and the United Kingdom). Grateful for each opportunity to witness God at work around the world.

Ravi Zacharias Ministries (May-24-2018) ReBoot Atlanta Update with Nathan Betts

Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (May-21-2018) Update on REBOOT Atlanta 2018

Ravi Zacharias (May-07-2018) What Is The Festival Of Thought? South Africa Report

Ravi Zacharias National Day of Prayer 2018. Ravi shares a message on the 2018 National Day of Prayer from the Museum of the Bible.

Ravi Zacharias Ministries (May 3, 2018) - Hasn't the evolution of scientific thought made our need for God obsolete?

Ravi Zacharias Festival of Thought Update (May-01-2018). Ravi Zacharias shares an update after a powerful week of events during Festival of Thought in South Africa with the global RZIM team.

Ravi Zacharias (April-16-2018) RZIM Academy | Online Training in Apologetics. The RZIM Academy is an online training curriculum designed to help individuals become better equipped to give an answer to anyone who asks them to give a reason for the hope that they have in Jesus. RZIM speakers share their expertise in the form of recorded lectures which are thoughtfully planned and compiled as online apologetics courses.

Ravi Zacharias (April-05-2018) and Vince Vitale Q&A at Passion City Church. Ravi Zacharias and Vince Vitale join Pastor Louie Giglio to answer some of today’s toughest questions of faith.

Ravi Zacharias and Vince Vitale Interview on Jesus Among Secular Gods (April-05-2018). Ravi Zacharias and Vince Vitale speak with Dr. John Hull about their new book, Jesus Among Secular Gods, and its relevance to our current cultural climate.

Ravi Zacharias Ministries (05-April-2018) Vince Vitale on FaithTalk Live Atlanta. Vince Vitale discusses the importance of taking people’s questions seriously and using apologetics in your everyday conversations in order to love others well and effectively share the good news of Jesus Christ.

Ravi Zacharias Ministries (29-03-2018) - The Glory of the Crucified King by Dr. Maher Samuel. How can a sovereign Lord suffer so much? Was Jesus sovereign in the trials and events preceding the Cross? Was Jesus sovereign while he hung on the Cross? Relive the week of Christ’s crucifixion with Dr. Maher Samuel, as he leads us to gaze upon the glory of the crucified King.

Ravi Zacharias Ministries - Update Os Guinness The Veritas Forum at UC Berkeley (22-03-2018). Os Guinness shares an update from UC Berkeley after speaking at The Veritas Forum Monday, March 19, on the importance of truth.

Ravi Zacharias Ministries (22-03-2018) Abdu Murray UC Berkeley Open Forum Update. Abdu Murray shares an update after an open forum Tuesday, March 20, at UC Berkeley. "Berkeley is not only a leading academic institution, but it's also iconic. The name brings to mind images of not only academic excellence but also the free speech movement. I'm grateful to be able to share ideas from a Christian perspective on such an influential campus," Abdu said.

Ravi Zacharias Ministries (20-03-2018) Abdu Murray at UC Berkeley: Clarity in a Culture of Confusion. Livestream Abdu Murray Tuesday, March 20, at 7:00 p.m. PT / 10:00 p.m. ET. Abdu will speak on “Clarity in a Culture of Confusion” in the Anna Head Alumnae Hall at The University of California, Berkeley.

Time for Truth: Living Free in a World of Lies, Hype, Spin, and Fake News (20-03-2018) Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. Os Guiness speaks at University of California at Berkeley on the topic of determining truth in an age of misleading information.

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Ravi Zacharias - University of Michigan Q&A (13-03-2018)

Ravi Zacharias - Passion City Church Q&A Pt. 1 (13-03-2018)

The Glory of God: For This We Were Made Pt. 2 - Ravi Zacharias (13-03-2018)

Ravi Zacharias - The Glory of God: For This We Were Made Pt. 1 (13-03-2018)

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