Reading Beyond Opinion by Ravi Zacharias is not a book for light readers. I am not a light reader, but this book was a little over my head. I understand some of it, but it seems to be written in a different language and/or for highly educated individuals. I was a little disappointed to learn that most of the book is not even written by Ravi Zacharias and there is nothing on the front cover that suggests there are other authors involved.
The book is split up into 3 different areas. The first is learning how to deal with questions that are difficult for Christians to answer. This part covers atheism, Islam, youth and a few other areas that are challenging to Christians to discuss. There were parts in this that I understood and will help me to witness to an atheist or a younger person. It also touched upon the questions behind the questions for faith, doubts, morality, and evilness.
The second section takes the questions a little more into the internalization of Christianity. It talk about the trinity, spiritual transformation and denial.
The third section of the book takes us into how we, as Christians, can be sure to live the life that we are supposed to live. We are supposed to show the way by how we live our lives.
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