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Let My People Think: Ravi Zacharias at Yale University - Part 1

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Published on Nov 25, 2013

"Your pursuit of what is ultimate assumes that you find relevance in that belief," says Ravi Zacharias. But how are we to navigate the shoreless sea that constitutes our pluralistic world of conflicting ideas? Moreover, how do we remain committed to a particular worldview in a culture that dogmatically opposes any form of exclusivity? Most important of all, must Christianity itself be exclusive?

In this timely message, delivered in a crowded lecture hall at Yale University, Ravi Zacharias makes the assertion that truth is itself exclusive. To deny this is to exclude. Yale University's motto is "Lux et Veritas," meaning, light and truth. Throughout the course of his message, Ravi continually demonstrates his commitment to both of those ideals arguing that the Christian worldview is not unique for being exclusive but rather for its ability to stand up to scrutiny and to provide answers to the ultimate questions.

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