The Logic of God by Ravi Zacharias
Published April 2nd, 2019 by Zondervan
Genre Christian, Nonfiction
We all have doubts that challenge our faith. We wonder whether the Bible still matters, or whether God is truly as loving and personal as we hope. In his first ever devotional, The Logic of God, apologist Ravi Zacharias offers 52 readings that explain how and why Christianity, the Bible, and God are still relevant, vital, and life-changing for us today. To all our dilemmas Ravi says, “I am convinced that Jesus Christ alone uniquely answers the deepest questions of our hearts and minds.”
With a remarkable grasp of biblical facts and a deep understanding of the questions that trouble our hearts, Ravi tackles the most difficult topics with ease and understanding. But The Logic of God is more than intellectual; it is also personal, offering thoughtful wisdom on:
- when Jesus draws especially near you.
- the deep ray of hope found in God’s Word.
- how God transforms disappointments.
- why prayer matters.
- how genuine peace is possible.
- making sense of suffering.
Ravi makes profound biblical truth easy to understand. And if your life is busy, this book is designed for you! It addresses 52 topics that you can read over the course of one year or slowly digest at your own pace. Each entry includes a Scripture, questions for reflection, and some practical application steps. When you’re struggling with questions and doubts, confused, curious, or just want a clearer way to express your faith The Logic of God has answers that satisfy the heart and the mind.
I had previously heard of the author, Ravi Zacharias, but had not read any of his previous books when I received The Logic of God. The book has 52 separate chapters that the reader could read at their own pace or use as a weekly or daily devotional. Each chapter focuses on a different topic ranging from peace, suffering, hope and prayer. One of my favorite things about this book is at the end of each chapters there are reflection questions, as well as personal application questions. The reflection questions tend to deal with what was talked about in the chapter, while the personal application questions contain questions that the reader can use to apply the chapter information to their own lives. I especially love books with these types of questions at the end of each chapter, as it helps me really relate what I am reading to my actual life. I enjoyed the author’s reading style and look forward to reading more from him in the future.
Thank you to the publisher, Zondervan, for sending me a review copy of this book.