Do you have another 26 minutes to listen to Ravi?   2 comments

I’ve enjoyed Zacharias’ books. This is the first time I’ve actually heard him speak, except in short excerpts.


Albert Einstein, Berlin, 1930
A discussion on science and religion.
He said that our human sense of beauty and our religious instinct are “tributary forms in helping the reasoning faculty towards its highest achievements. You are right in speaking of the moral foundations of science, but you cannot turn round and speak of the scientific foundations of morality.”

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Posted April 26, 2013 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

2 responses to “Do you have another 26 minutes to listen to Ravi?

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  1. Thanks for reblogging, aurorawatcherak. I’ve been talking with an atheist and praying about how to give him that spark from God. Exploring with Ravi has been interesting.


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