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Great Conversations #04: New Birth Or Rebirth?

Ravi Zacharias

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Product Details
  • Catalogue Code: 306512
  • Product Code: 9781601423191
  • ISBN: 1601423195
  • EAN: 9781601423191
  • E-Store: Academic
  • Category: Apologetic
  • Sub-Category: General
  • Publisher: Multnomah Uk
  • Date Published: Nov 2010
  • Authentic Media sales rank: #2292
Physical Properties
  • Dimensions: 6 x 127 x 183 mm
  • Weight: 0.073kg
  • Pages: 96

Description

Ultimate truth. The destiny of souls. The individual heart. Can Krishna and Jesus agree on anything?

This is what Subramaniam, a real-life Hindu of the twentieth century, wonders as he enters a fictitious conversation between two religious figures who have changed the lives of millions. As Jesus and Krishna respond to each other’s view of life and the afterlife, they speak words straight from the texts of Christianity and Hinduism and straight into the soul.

Subramaniam asks Jesus and Krishna hard questions about faith. Meanwhile, a fictional character, Richard, eavesdrops, asking himself the most important question of all:

Does it really matter what I believe?


From the Hardcover edition.


Extra Descriptions

Ultimate truth. The destiny of souls. The individual heart. Can Krishna and Jesus agree on anything?

This is what Subramaniam, a real-life Hindu of the twentieth century, wonders as he enters a fictitious conversation between two religious figures who have changed the lives of millions. As Jesus and Krishna respond to each other’s view of life and the afterlife, they speak words straight from the texts of Christianity and Hinduism and straight into the soul.

Subramaniam asks Jesus and Krishna hard questions about faith. Meanwhile, a fictional character, Richard, eavesdrops, asking himself the most important question of all:

Does it really matter what I believe?


From the Hardcover edition.
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