Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Malcom Muggeridge’s Words from 1970 Ring True today, Ravi Zacharias

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LISTEN NOW! WATCH FULL PROGRAM! Ravi Zacharias is sharing the Gospel all over the world through his ministry Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. As he shares, the priority is the Gospel lightly sprinkled with apologetics. He has a great gift for apologetics and expressing the message of the Gospel. He recently quoted Malcolm Muggeridge  and his comments on the 20th Century Man.

“It is difficult to resist the conclusion that 20th Century Man has decided to abolish himself. Tired of the struggle to be himself, he has created boredom out of his own affluence, impotence out of his erotomania, and vulnerability out of his own strength. He himself blows the trumpet that brings the walls of his own city crashing down.

Until at last, having educated himself in imbecility; having drugged and polluted himself into stupefaction, he keels over a weary-battered old Brontosaurus and becomes extinct.”

What is surprisingly intriguing about these words is how accurate they are to today’s generation. Zacharias continues to add to these words by pointing out how we have become the essence of each of these observations. We thought the 60’s were bad. It has only gotten worse. The enemy knows how deeply valuable and important family is and has done everything in his arsenal to destroy any recollection or similarity to it. Now, we no longer know our own gender, we no longer know who we are, or how to relate as family. In this dire observation of the 20th Century Man, be encouraged as you are reminded of the hope that God has given us in the Body of Christ, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: erotomania, impotence, education, ordinary choices, Cloward & Piven, abortion, sexual revolution, and blessings. Greg and John shared in this segment. 



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