Saturday, May 4

Book Review: The Logic of God by Ravi Zacharias

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Good morning!! Hope this day finds you well. I was given this great book by Ravi Zacharias to read and review. I found that you really need a ”knife and fork” to really appreciate the gems contained within this book. You could use it a couple of different ways. You could read it as a daily devotion and it will take you fifty-two days to get through. You could use it as a weekly devotional in addition to one that you are currently reading. Then focus on the one reading for the week and the verse from the beginning. You also have the reflection questions and personal application questions that you can focus on during the week and really spend the time with God in answering these. I found many of them deep and penetrating to my own soul that I needed time to reflect on them. I would recommend this as a gift for anyone also for your own personal library. 

There was a part that I really appreciated. I would like to share with you. ”G.K. Chesterton said it well:” We do not really want a religion that is right where we are right. What we want is a religion that is right where we are wrong.” Only the Word of God provides that corrective. The warning comes to both skeptic and believer alike. You see, God corrects us not because of appearances but because of His character. Goodness points us not to theory but to the purpose of life.” This I appreciated as I mentioned. The reason is that where the quote says ”we want a religion that is right where we are wrong” I liked this because it is holding us accountable for our wrongs. 

Grace & Peace,

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