In this compelling volume, Ravi Zacharias examines the mystery of evil.
This brilliant writer and gifted teacher traces how secularization has led to a loss of shame, pluralization has led to a loss of reason, and privatization has led to a loss of meaning.
Popular modern culture has long been at odds with the Christian mindset in many ways – stealing our time, negatively influencing our moral grounding, redefining terms long claimed by orthodox Christianity – and Zacharias strips bare the subtle agenda that has infected the last few generations and threatens today’s youth. Skipping effortlessly from Dan Quayle to the Moody Blues to Ted Koppel to Daniel Webster, the text roams freely to make its points and bring the reader to a deeper comprehension of what some have termed the ‘culture wars’. With logic still applicable a decade after its initial publication (even the dated references seem more whimsical than laughable), Zacharias calls true Christians to make a stand for Good and against Evil. (Product description)