A tribute to Ravi Zacharias

Ravi Zacharias, the great Christian Apologist, has departed from this earth. He is greatly beloved and deeply missed. His ministry did not depart with him as he had spent the time to build a team of 100 speakers with physical presence in seventeen nations across the globe to continue his work.

It has been about seventeen years since I first encountered a book and cassette tapes of Ravi Zacharias. At the time it was my heart’s dream to become an apologist. Upon reading his books and learning about his organization RZIM, I longed to be counted among his apologists. Twice I had the privilege of hearing him speak in person up in northern Virginia. The C.S. Lewis Institute hosted these events. He even signed my copy of The End of Reason at one of these events.

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Book Review of Books Read in 2017

Every year I set out to read 52 books. I usually make it to between 32-38 books in a year. This year I read only 24 which is an exceptionally slow reading year for me. Unexpected turns came in 2016 and 2017 that slowed my pace in both writing and reading. I hope to get my groove back in 2018. I am off to a good start having finished reading my first book of the year on January 2.

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