Popular scholar Ravi Zacharias sets a captivating scene between Jesus Christ and Gautama Buddha in the first book of the Conversations with Jesus series.
Have you ever wondered what Jesus would say to Mohammed? Or Buddha? Or Oscar Wilde? Maybe you have a friend who practices another religion or admires a more contemporary figure. Drop in on a conversation between Jesus and some well-known individuals whose search for the meaning of life took them in many directions--and influenced millions. Through dialogue between Christ and Gautama Buddha, Zacharias reveals Jesus' warm, impassioned concern for all people and explores God's true nature.
From the Hardcover edition.
"Ravi takes a scholarly yet imaginative approach to apologetics. The dialogue he sets forth in this unique drama will educate, enthrall, and enlighten you--and everyone you share it with--for years to come."
BRUCE WILKINSON, AUTHOR OF THE #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER THE PRAYER OF JABEZ
"The works of Ravi Zacharias are a vital resource around our house, and this latest addition to our intellectual arsenal is delightfully different: a vivid, dramatized meeting of the minds through which the truth of the gospel--and Dr. Zacharias's impeccable logic--shines forth with enjoyable clarity."
"Ravi Zacharias is a first-rate thinker and a preeminent Christian apologist. With The Lotus and the Cross, Zacharias now demonstrates that he is also a gifted and imaginative writer. This captivating dialogue not only clears up confusion about the claims of Christ and Buddha, but also provides us with a highly entertaining read."
"With signs of spiritual warfare all around us, this book challenges all Christians--male and female--to arm up and engage the enemy. Its pages are chock-full of fascinating insights and solid, practical, biblical advice. It's a must-read for everyone who takes seriously Christ's command to 'Fight the good fight.'"
MARY KASSIAN, PRESIDENT OF ALABASTER FLASK MINISTRIES
Series: Great Conversations
Number Of Pages: 96
Published: 2nd November 2010
Publisher: Multnomah Press
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 18.5 x 12.9 x 0.7
Weight (kg): 0.07
Edition Number: 1