Skeptic about Christianity and how it differs from other major world religions? Ravi Zacharias’ ‘Jesus Among Other God’ is an excellent book to begin with. Also recommended for non-believers and seekers.
Tolerance prevails in postmodernism. You can believe anything as long as you don’t declare it to be the sole truth; and be sure to leave Jesus out of the picture. How does the Christian bear witness of God’s truth when the prevailing mood is pluralistic to a fault? Christian apologist and speaker Ravi Zacharias (Author, Walking from East to West) provides an excellent defense of Jesus Christ and defending Christianity by showing how it stands the test of truth in the age of pluralism in the book Jesus Among Other Gods: The Absolute Claims of the Christian Message. In this engaging book, Ravi Zacharias focuses on the major world religions of Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism, and Christianity. Ravi also shows the uniqueness of Jesus Christ as the truth. This book is an excellent resource for anyone interested in contrasting religions with the Christian truth.
- “Ravi Zacharias does a great job dwelling upon the true message of God through Christ and how it differs from other beliefs; not by attacking other gods or beliefs but rather showing the message and purpose of Jesus.” – A. Gil, Amazon Review
- “Good for the seeker and who wants to learn more about the Christian way for purpose of belief.” – H. Crisp, Amazon Review
- “For those who are searching for meaningful answers in a world of many spiritual alternatives, Jesus Among Other Gods by Ravi Zacharias is an excellent choice, both for its quality content and its readability.” – M. Robinson, Amazon Review
- “You might not walk away from this book a Christian (though it’s likely you might), but you’ll definitely walk away knowing Jesus is unique among all the “other gods.” – R. Patchen, Goodreads
- “This book helps to strengthen the reasons Christians believe what they do. Jesus was an amazing man and God! He WAS who he claimed to be, and no other religious leader can claim all of that!” R. Tozer, Amazon Review