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Jesus Christ alone answers our deepest questions. We all have doubts that challenge our faith. We wonder whether the Bible still matters, or whether God is truly as loving and personal as we hope. In his first ever devotional, The Logic of God, apologist Ravi Zacharias offers 52 readings that explain how and why Christianity, the Bible, and God are still relevant, vital Jesus Christ alone answers our deepest questions. We all have doubts that challenge our faith. We wonder whether the Bible still matters, or whether God is truly as loving and personal as we hope. In his first ever devotional, The Logic of God, apologist Ravi Zacharias offers 52 readings that explain how and why Christianity, the Bible, and God are still relevant, vital, and life-changing for us today. To all our dilemmas Ravi says, "I am convinced that Jesus Christ alone uniquely answers the deepest questions of our hearts and minds."With a remarkable grasp of biblical facts and a deep understanding of the questions that trouble our hearts, Ravi tackles the most difficult topics with ease and understanding. But The Logic of God is more than intellectual; it is also personal, offering thoughtful wisdom on: when Jesus draws especially near you. the deep ray of hope found in God’s Word. how God transforms disappointments. why prayer matters. how genuine peace is possible. making sense of suffering. Ravi makes profound biblical truth easy to understand. And if your life is busy, this book is designed for you! It addresses 52 topics that you can read over the course of one year or slowly digest at your own pace. Each entry includes a Scripture, questions for reflection, and some practical application steps.When you're struggling with questions and doubts, confused, curious, or just want a clearer way to express your faith The Logic of God has answers from that satisfy the heart and the mind.


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Jesus Christ alone answers our deepest questions. We all have doubts that challenge our faith. We wonder whether the Bible still matters, or whether God is truly as loving and personal as we hope. In his first ever devotional, The Logic of God, apologist Ravi Zacharias offers 52 readings that explain how and why Christianity, the Bible, and God are still relevant, vital Jesus Christ alone answers our deepest questions. We all have doubts that challenge our faith. We wonder whether the Bible still matters, or whether God is truly as loving and personal as we hope. In his first ever devotional, The Logic of God, apologist Ravi Zacharias offers 52 readings that explain how and why Christianity, the Bible, and God are still relevant, vital, and life-changing for us today. To all our dilemmas Ravi says, "I am convinced that Jesus Christ alone uniquely answers the deepest questions of our hearts and minds."With a remarkable grasp of biblical facts and a deep understanding of the questions that trouble our hearts, Ravi tackles the most difficult topics with ease and understanding. But The Logic of God is more than intellectual; it is also personal, offering thoughtful wisdom on: when Jesus draws especially near you. the deep ray of hope found in God’s Word. how God transforms disappointments. why prayer matters. how genuine peace is possible. making sense of suffering. Ravi makes profound biblical truth easy to understand. And if your life is busy, this book is designed for you! It addresses 52 topics that you can read over the course of one year or slowly digest at your own pace. Each entry includes a Scripture, questions for reflection, and some practical application steps.When you're struggling with questions and doubts, confused, curious, or just want a clearer way to express your faith The Logic of God has answers from that satisfy the heart and the mind.

30 review for The Logic of God: 52 Christian Essentials for the Heart and Mind

  1. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Tero

    This is an impossibly hard book to review. It covers so many topics and so very thoroughly and well, I can’t begin to give a cohesive overview. There are chapters on fear, peace, hope, convictions, confrontation, dealing with diverse world views... basically, it is a good book for any Christian to read. It has gotten me to think deeply about many things. I do wish to read it in a slower fashion and not on a review-book deadline, because it’s not the best book to skim. Personally, I preferred read This is an impossibly hard book to review. It covers so many topics and so very thoroughly and well, I can’t begin to give a cohesive overview. There are chapters on fear, peace, hope, convictions, confrontation, dealing with diverse world views... basically, it is a good book for any Christian to read. It has gotten me to think deeply about many things. I do wish to read it in a slower fashion and not on a review-book deadline, because it’s not the best book to skim. Personally, I preferred reading the Scripture quotations from KJV (each chapter began with several verses). But the theology was sound, from all I could tell. I highly recommend it. Just a sample of the quotes: “Behind every belief is a believer, and behind every question is a questioner.” “Listening is a vital part of responding. The more and better we hear others, the more and better they will hear us.” “God has revealed Himself through His Word, through Jesus Christ, His Spirit in the life of the church, and even His created world. Is God hidden?” "For every person who feels that prayer has not 'worked' for him and has therefore abandoned God, there is someone else for whom prayer remains a vital part of her life, sustaining her even when her prayers have gone unanswered, because her belief and trust are not only in the power of prayer but in the character and wisdom of God. When God is the focus of our prayer, I believe He sustains and preserves our faith." “There are only two options: either go to God on His terms and find our perfect peace in His acceptance of us, or play God with self-defining morality and kill.” (Speaking of Cain) “The kings steeped the young men [Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach, Abednego] in Babylonian philosophy and tried to change their names and worldview. But God’s faithful servants ended up changing the kings’ allegiance and identities.” “I would suggest that sometime we lose our ability to sense God or see Him at work because we choose not to obey Him.” “Only when we surrender to the light of God’s truth in our own lives are we enabled to truly see and then be a beacon of hope and healing in our dark world.” “...Thomas Merton observed that man is not at peace with his fellow man because he is not at peace with himself, and he is not at peace with himself because he is not at peace with God.... So what lies beneath our struggle is a daily routine based on a momentous decision. That decision is to deal with what we do to hurt ourselves, not what others do to hurt us. The attacks of others simply will not succeed if we have taken the protection to guard our souls.” “... giving all that is your best to God is worship at its core. This cannot be done without the sacrifice of the acclaim and adulation of the world.” *I received this book from Book Look Bloggers and happily provided my honest review*

  2. 5 out of 5

    Laura-Jane Barber

    I had heard of Ravi Zacharias, but I’d never read one of his books before despite my best friend being a huge fan. I knew he wrote on apologetics, but that was about it. After reading this book, I am now a huge fan myself. I zipped through this book in a matter of days—I just couldn’t put it down for long. Zacharias helps us make sense of the truths about God and how to practically apply them through his words and the reflective questions at the end of each chapter. Throughout my journey in this I had heard of Ravi Zacharias, but I’d never read one of his books before despite my best friend being a huge fan. I knew he wrote on apologetics, but that was about it. After reading this book, I am now a huge fan myself. I zipped through this book in a matter of days—I just couldn’t put it down for long. Zacharias helps us make sense of the truths about God and how to practically apply them through his words and the reflective questions at the end of each chapter. Throughout my journey in this book, I felt overwhelming encouragement to live a life for Christ and personal conviction in areas of my life that I need to give to Jesus. Some people look for self-help, this book is sanctification support at its best. Jesus doesn’t leave us where we were when we first met Him, He pushes us to grow. This book supports spiritual growth and maturation as we apply God’s wisdom to our lives. What I love most about this book is that it clearly demonstrates the timelessness of our Lord God and His Word. Every chapter proves relevant to our culture and society today. I appreciate so much the wisdom to navigate a time where everyone can so readily be influential via the internet and social media. We are called to be different and Zacharias clearly outlines how God’s Word says to do it with Jesus and the Holy Spirit. At times, the language is quite academic, so be prepared to read and reread while taking breaks to ponder and relish the lessons. In those moments it makes sense that the authors himself recommends reading a chapter a week to savor and dwell in the truth provided. There were moments of clarity, moments of challenge, and truth after truth about the amazing God who loves us so much that He sent His Son to die for us. There’s so much encouragement in faith and in growth. You will be convicted as you reflect and consider how you can apply the lessons and truths to your own life. Go get this book! You won’t regret it! Note: I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review. I loved it so much that I already bought a copy for a loved one!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    "The Logic of God" is a 52 day devotional. The author suggested that you read one entry each week, but you can use it as a daily devotional. Each entry started with a verse followed by 2-4 pages of commentary and ended with 4 questions (2 about the text and 2 about applying the lesson to your life). The book was about what's important to God and why belief in God is reasonable. The title is a bit misleading as the focus wasn't really on logic. There were some arguments defending the Christian fa "The Logic of God" is a 52 day devotional. The author suggested that you read one entry each week, but you can use it as a daily devotional. Each entry started with a verse followed by 2-4 pages of commentary and ended with 4 questions (2 about the text and 2 about applying the lesson to your life). The book was about what's important to God and why belief in God is reasonable. The title is a bit misleading as the focus wasn't really on logic. There were some arguments defending the Christian faith, but even then it's more focused on thinking about the person asking the question than the questions themselves. It was aimed at those who already believe rather than being something you'd hand to a non-Christian. The author talked about events he attended or that happened in his life as a way to illustrate or make a point. Overall, I'd recommend this devotional to those who want some substance in a short devotional format. I received this book as a review copy from the publisher through BookLook.com.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Sam

    Written devotionally with 52 entries. Excellent, thought-provoking, intellectually cogent and emotionally warm writing. Highlights below: Jesus did not address some of the pressing social issues of his day, rather he went to the heart of what separates us from God and what transforms. We are sinners in need of god’s cleansing and forgiveness and restoration. We desperately need a Savior, everyone one of us. We need a God who changes what we do, and what we want to do! Eph. 4:23-24 I wonder what h Written devotionally with 52 entries. Excellent, thought-provoking, intellectually cogent and emotionally warm writing. Highlights below: Jesus did not address some of the pressing social issues of his day, rather he went to the heart of what separates us from God and what transforms. We are sinners in need of god’s cleansing and forgiveness and restoration. We desperately need a Savior, everyone one of us. We need a God who changes what we do, and what we want to do! Eph. 4:23-24 I wonder what he’s like in his private life? The answers were intellectually satisfying. But she still needed to know, Did they make a difference in the life of the one proclaiming them? The message is seen before it is heard. The answers are not enough, they look deeper to the visible transformation of the one offering the words. Story of Indian wedding dress/saris shop. Very high price for hand sewn dresses, intricate product. No machines that boggled the mind. The scene was each sari was made by a father son team, father sat above the son on a platform surrounded by spools of thread in his hand. The son had only one task, at the nod from his father, he would move hte shuttle from one side and back to the other. This would be repeated for hundreds of hours until a pattern began to emerge. The son had the easier task, to move at the father’s nod, but making use of these efforts the father was working at an artful end, all along he had the design in mind and was bringing the right threads together. God has put enough in this world to make faith a most reasonable thing, but he has left enough out to live by sheer observation or reason alone. Has God wrought a miracle in my life? Is my own heart proof of the supernatural intervention of God? The Lordship of Christ: Do we have a minimalist view of conversion? Our belief and trust are not only in the power of prayer, but in the character and wisdom God. When God is the focus of our prayer, he sustains and preserves our faith. The word for faith in the OT is faithfulness, suggesting that obedience strengthens and builds our faith. Discrowned faculties: All the brilliance and creative genius we have in humanity, but we stoop to base pursuits. Unworthy loves: Practices we ought to despise, yet we stoop for such depraved pursuits: Pornography, violence, hate, profanity. Low ideals: We ought to set a vision of things that are noble, but we spend time and effort on the ignoble. The brutalized and enslaved spirit: We sink deeper and deeper into bad habits, until we enslave ourselves. This is the worst form of slavery of which we so seldom speak. On the way to the cross, 2000 years, Jesus took the ultimate pain, indignity, penalty, to bring us back to the dignity of a relationship with God and the healing of our souls? Will you remember that this was done for you, and receive his gift? Then you’ll discover, Sin is foolishness. Not the provision. Our greatest enemy is not an enemy from without, but from within. Jesus frees us from the foolishness of sin. What is scandalous is that we do not see our own folly and failure. In dying we live. In surrendering, we win. Giving all that is your best to God is worship at its core. This cannot be done without sacrifice. We come close to sacrilege each day. Do we give God the best of our time, energies, thinking, wealth, dreams, plans, or does the world get our best and God gets our leftovers? Remember the one who came among us, taught us his mission, then sent the Spirit to guide us in it.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Ned

    Deep thoughts Ravi has a way with words and a winsomeness that I only wish I could emulate. This collection of reflections on God's words and wisdom are well worth your time and savor. Deep thoughts Ravi has a way with words and a winsomeness that I only wish I could emulate. This collection of reflections on God's words and wisdom are well worth your time and savor.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Jacob O'connor

    Ah, Ravi. How many lives were changed through your ministry? You were one of the first Christians who assured me ours was an intelligent faith. You were a gateway into the world of apologetics, and I'm assured you are now being well rewarded as a good and faithful servant. Ah, Ravi. How many lives were changed through your ministry? You were one of the first Christians who assured me ours was an intelligent faith. You were a gateway into the world of apologetics, and I'm assured you are now being well rewarded as a good and faithful servant.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    My first Ravi Zaccharias book (though I have listened to him plenty). Very thought provoking, in small portions (52 chapters) for easy consumption and deep thinking afterward.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Chris Mathews

    Quite heady. It is definitely a book that needs to be read several times and even taken in small portions at a time. Very well spoken and many profound ideas put forth in this book. He definitely had a heart for God. Will refer to this often.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Julie D.

    Ravi Zacharias is one of my favorite Bible teachers because he shares Biblical truth with common sense and reason. He writes beautifully and clearly so that we can truly understand the Scriptural teachings that he shares. This book is beautiful, with heavy slick pages. I can tell a lot of thought was put into not only the content but the visual aspect of this book. It's a pleasure to hold and read. There are 52 readings which could either be read as a daily devotional or a weekly devotional. I rec Ravi Zacharias is one of my favorite Bible teachers because he shares Biblical truth with common sense and reason. He writes beautifully and clearly so that we can truly understand the Scriptural teachings that he shares. This book is beautiful, with heavy slick pages. I can tell a lot of thought was put into not only the content but the visual aspect of this book. It's a pleasure to hold and read. There are 52 readings which could either be read as a daily devotional or a weekly devotional. I recommend the weekly reading as there is a lot to glean from his teachings and this would give you the time to do so. At the beginning of each devotion, there is a topic followed by an appropriate Scripture. Then there is a teaching on this that are approximately 2-3 pages. Finally, there are questions to ponder and answer as part of what you just read. I enjoyed this as it helped me to put into my own words what I learned so I could really remember it. This is a wonderful book that takes you deeply into Scripture without talking over your head. If you've heard Ravi speak, he writes in the same way - engaging us with his words and Biblical Scripture. I highly recommend this book! 5 stars. *This book was provided to me by BookLookBloggers. I received a copy of this book to review but I was not financially compensated in any way. The opinions expressed are my own and are based on my observations while reading this book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Beth

    Huge thanks to Front Gate Media and Zondervan for this copy of The Logic of God. Divided into 52 sections of 2-3 pages, this would ideally be read in a year and pondered with much more devotion than I was able to give it. That being said, I have always enjoyed RZ's work - mostly his college lectures - and found this equally fascinating. In a day where we have a lot of fanatical religious people posting catch phrases from the Bible (guilty as charged), RZ presents a completely different dynamic b Huge thanks to Front Gate Media and Zondervan for this copy of The Logic of God. Divided into 52 sections of 2-3 pages, this would ideally be read in a year and pondered with much more devotion than I was able to give it. That being said, I have always enjoyed RZ's work - mostly his college lectures - and found this equally fascinating. In a day where we have a lot of fanatical religious people posting catch phrases from the Bible (guilty as charged), RZ presents a completely different dynamic because he is incredibly intellectual. In this book, he delves into questions he commonly hears from all audiences (justice and virtue, prayer, hope, sorrow, etc) and carries you through the intellectual and spiritual answers. While hefty to read so quickly, I really enjoyed this. "Behind every question is a questioner."

  11. 4 out of 5

    Richard Damiano

    Ravi said you’d need to take time and think about each lesson, that this is deep material. It was weak and pathetic. If this is deep material for most Christians, then we are a pathetic bunch.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Andy Bonikowsky

    A great book, full of solid and practical theological thinking, spread out like a menu of bite size delicacies. The chapters are short and easy to digest, and leave you wanting to go in to the next. But it is designed to be read over a period of time and not all at once. Praising the Lord for Ravi - his heart, his mind, his passion.

  13. 5 out of 5

    John Richards

    A great book that allows you to understand deeper concepts without breaking your head.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Lehmann

    Excellent!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Rachel Detzler

    can’t stand to continue reading a book written by a r****t so into the trash it goes! disgusting

  16. 4 out of 5

    Nigel Shenton

    Basically, the logic of God in a dad's joke, of fathers joke, or surrogacy joke if you like to fish and catch a fish too big for a pan, toss it back to the water. For those religious fanatics or suspicion of bureaucracy, It's not that hard of a concept to not make atrocities that are just are representable in Christian, Catholic, or any European state the Woodrow Wilson would leave out eastern Europe or western Asia is that gun-loving Christians with bibles see just as repressive as gun-loving Mu Basically, the logic of God in a dad's joke, of fathers joke, or surrogacy joke if you like to fish and catch a fish too big for a pan, toss it back to the water. For those religious fanatics or suspicion of bureaucracy, It's not that hard of a concept to not make atrocities that are just are representable in Christian, Catholic, or any European state the Woodrow Wilson would leave out eastern Europe or western Asia is that gun-loving Christians with bibles see just as repressive as gun-loving Muslims besides that an SVO language that wouldn't attack a 💻 screen if it offended. That the only reason the middle east didn't succeed in wiping out Europe is the fact the Christian Bible as an etymology became written in Latin. That apologetically, the only thing Muslim can agree with faith to religion is the genealogical account of Jesus heredity. That language, mainly English, is continually changing and will only improve more to live more out of Subjective poverty, which is the only reason to have faith. Might be moved easily moved from the uneducated and by billionaires playing propaganda of religion as machines don't have morals and just like these NGO's have no virtue only people using these devices and in these NGO's. That more people better start journaling doing stuff for themselves. Because of the lack of sleep, people are willing to out them selfs on these issues is precisely how people have no idea how minimum wage earner lives and do with there time. One thing I know about prosperity is that it's abundant if it books available that education is only a tool to be self-taught later in life. That men don't learn until they are 30 is the travesty of Jesus and the cross at 30. Do something for your self a pick up a 📚 journal and keep reading writing down two sentence book reports for every book. People at one time thought collective stupidity was not enough access to information. Yet social scientists are on the fence about coddling your child too much or these technology devices. I can tell you sleep the issue for this, and writing this at 2 AM because other an exacerbated healthy condition that benefits digestive, or circulation, or mental, or autoimmune, even cancer skeleton well, never-mind how archaic it could be all passive and imaginary. Life is même toute temp taking life in 3rd person, try to take as much world view as one can and no one a.mind reader so having a widen narrative will broaden the gate that is ever-shrinking in technological, empty automation skyscraper, is near self-improving. That outsourcing and proving your worth will be on how you'll serve yourself and making the world you want, not the world you have. A Gini index on the thing that has success with it and has not is a proper measurement to go by for it. Unless you that less written and read to see statistics as blending and mixing words for conspiracy and controversy, don't give up hope figure it out is a faith worth reading and writing into Youtube the hundreds of bullet journal videos. That's one start to it. Get a pocketbook, and a one cause hackers or glitches are always changing things. Yet if you like lotto, loving learning, and your trucks being short 30 bundles well use a spreadsheet on a computer, i use both a squared pocketbook and an online bullet journal. That's the best review I could give with police using telepathy to de-escalate and stop a near civil war the year Ravi dies that I think should be reviewed from his book and kept in mind while reading this book. One may hope the minimum earners will get some public service as much as this tax break fraud and bailout fraud that tax dollars pay for foreign interest shareholders do if they could be less played on from the billionaires on their religion. I don't think people know how to advance America has got within the last decade. If you are born before the '90s, you can say you're older than Google. Kids have no idea what that means. None. Yet the health issues are way more prevalent than initially thought. Sleep and a meal before bed, being able to pay bills, housing, are all tied to sleep. Stress is undoubtedly a sleep problem and only gets worst if it does not solve itself. Making massive socio and psycho problems if one would pathologies, the increments in society are visibly now more than ever. This book gave me hope 🙏. And got me through the last of the week mostly the previous two days I got 10/16 hours of my sleep. That's only 62% of rest. Starting worry about my third day now with getting up at 1, yet I went to sleep early. This book gave me hope. Ravi will be missed, condolences to the family and friends that knew him. Which is a large number of people? https://sentonjiminyniggles.blogspot....

  17. 5 out of 5

    Michael Murphy

    I love the writing and works of Ravi Zacharias, he has the knack  of taking some complex Biblical messages and making them simpler to understand. While this book in and of itself was intended as a weekly devotional, I read it straight through and pondered on the topical questions, etc. This was a fascinating book, in that, it did make you focus on certain subjective notions about God with each and every chapter. It is well worth your time, whether you read it as I did or as a devotional, to read I love the writing and works of Ravi Zacharias, he has the knack  of taking some complex Biblical messages and making them simpler to understand. While this book in and of itself was intended as a weekly devotional, I read it straight through and pondered on the topical questions, etc. This was a fascinating book, in that, it did make you focus on certain subjective notions about God with each and every chapter. It is well worth your time, whether you read it as I did or as a devotional, to read this book! It is well worth the time to think on these subjects of God.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Feng Ouyang

    I read the first 10 chapters of the book. The book claims to be for non-Christians and to convince them to accept God on a rational base. However, the book is actually based on Christian faith. Most of the arguments are supported by scripture. So one would have to accept that words from the Bible represent truth before agreeing with the author. As such, this book is no more than typical sermons that reiterate and explain the Bible. I feel that the book does not fulfill its promise and thus stop I read the first 10 chapters of the book. The book claims to be for non-Christians and to convince them to accept God on a rational base. However, the book is actually based on Christian faith. Most of the arguments are supported by scripture. So one would have to accept that words from the Bible represent truth before agreeing with the author. As such, this book is no more than typical sermons that reiterate and explain the Bible. I feel that the book does not fulfill its promise and thus stop reading.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jason Kolar

    The Logic of God is a 52 chapter devotional style book that mixes theology and apologetics with a pastoral flair. I respect Ravi Zacharias and wanted to read something from him, but it seemed to try to do too many things in a small chapter format. Some of these chapters we're good, but unfortunately, a lot that missed the mark. The writing took too many leaps in logic that I felt deserved more meat around it. So, this book wasn't for me. I feel like if you want a devotional, theology, and apolog The Logic of God is a 52 chapter devotional style book that mixes theology and apologetics with a pastoral flair. I respect Ravi Zacharias and wanted to read something from him, but it seemed to try to do too many things in a small chapter format. Some of these chapters we're good, but unfortunately, a lot that missed the mark. The writing took too many leaps in logic that I felt deserved more meat around it. So, this book wasn't for me. I feel like if you want a devotional, theology, and apologetics, you can get yourself 3 separate books, and that’ll serve you better.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Victoria

    “The Logic of God” is a new devotional book by Ravi Zacharias. These “52 Christian Essentials for the Heart and Mind” can be read once a week for a year or once a day for about 2 months. Either way, the Christian with questions will likely enjoy this little devotional. There is a small scripture at the beginning of each reading followed by 3-4 pages of wisdom from Zacharias and a page of questions for reflection and personal application. The wisdom contained here is both biblical and logical, as “The Logic of God” is a new devotional book by Ravi Zacharias. These “52 Christian Essentials for the Heart and Mind” can be read once a week for a year or once a day for about 2 months. Either way, the Christian with questions will likely enjoy this little devotional. There is a small scripture at the beginning of each reading followed by 3-4 pages of wisdom from Zacharias and a page of questions for reflection and personal application. The wisdom contained here is both biblical and logical, as Zacharias addresses common questions and struggles regarding the Christian faith. The point of the reading varies, sometimes it appears “fluffy” or somewhat hard to relate to, but other times he hits the nail on the head. I also appreciate that Zacharias states the Gospel and, while not the focus of the devotional, does not shy away from the word “sin.” Devotionals often cannot go very deep into their topics and “The Logic of God” is somewhat in this category, though I find I like it much better than a lot of the shallow content in print. I did enjoy this book and would recommend it for the Christian who is looking for a devotional that feeds their mind and can perhaps ease some of their doubts. I received a copy of this book in exchange for my fair and honest review.

  21. 4 out of 5

    John Rakshith Prabhakar

    I've not always enjoyed Ravi's writings. I've found them at times clunky, repetitious and, apart from the inspirational benefit of intellectual stimulation, unhelpful to engage with my neighbours. But the Logic of God is classic Ravi with some of his classic stories and insights into engaging the mind for Christians (as he says on the book cover) but also for non-Christians. But what sets this book apart is the attention Ravi gives to the heart of the reader. Apart from occasional references to I've not always enjoyed Ravi's writings. I've found them at times clunky, repetitious and, apart from the inspirational benefit of intellectual stimulation, unhelpful to engage with my neighbours. But the Logic of God is classic Ravi with some of his classic stories and insights into engaging the mind for Christians (as he says on the book cover) but also for non-Christians. But what sets this book apart is the attention Ravi gives to the heart of the reader. Apart from occasional references to laws of logic and the like, the book is highly readable. From what I gather, he is a Thomistic thinker. But in this book, he relies heavily on Scripture to reason with the reader's heart and mind perhaps due to the professed target audience. A truly enjoyable read!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sharon W

    Superb!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen Moy

    This is a quintessential Ravi Zaccharias work: thoughtful, deep, and relevant, especially in terms of “being ready to give an answer.” If you’re looking for a daily devotional type with an apologetic bent or looking to deepen your own confidence in the faith through thought, I would recommend the book. For me, not being deeply immersed in apologetic type discussions, I didn’t find much immediate application, even though I do appreciate and have a tremendous amount of respect for Ravi and his min This is a quintessential Ravi Zaccharias work: thoughtful, deep, and relevant, especially in terms of “being ready to give an answer.” If you’re looking for a daily devotional type with an apologetic bent or looking to deepen your own confidence in the faith through thought, I would recommend the book. For me, not being deeply immersed in apologetic type discussions, I didn’t find much immediate application, even though I do appreciate and have a tremendous amount of respect for Ravi and his ministry. Also, even though I love audible books, had to do over again I would by the hard copy and forgo the audible version.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Al

    Listened to this one chapter at a time, while driving to work. While some days were not quite as inspirational as others, more than not provided a great start to the day and focused me for the day. Definitely will be listening again, and may suggest to the group of men I meet with, as a book to base our year on, as we meet once a week.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Josh Long

    Classic Ravi. Noone employs emotive philosophy that pulls at the relatable experience of every single reader like him. Again, using refreshing sections from previous books, as well as new thoughtful insights, he weaves a convincing case for the gospel as the only sufficient antidote for the longing heart.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Darwin Dahl

    Remembering God & Jesus & the love of both. Weekley reminders of just how much God loves all his children. AND how and why we should love him, because without him we have no hope.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Mark Brewer

    Brief, devotional thoughts.

  28. 5 out of 5

    JP

    Brilliant Wisdom, Wisdom, Wisdom. I learnt much out of this book. It started to make me question my own heart and the evil within.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Caleb Abraham

    A pleasant mix of apologetics, biography and meditations on God's Word. The subtitle is more fitting than the main title. A pleasant mix of apologetics, biography and meditations on God's Word. The subtitle is more fitting than the main title.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Denise

    It's Ravi Zacharias....What more is there to say. Effulgent! It's Ravi Zacharias....What more is there to say. Effulgent!

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