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    Why would God create us with such strong appetites for pleasure if he didn't intend for us to indulge them? Oscar Wilde gets to ask Jesus Christ this question in Ravi Zacharias' fictional dialogue - the second book in the dramatic great conversation series.

    Wilde, a witty author and conversationalist, who committed his life to the pursuit of pleasure, is the ideal person to argue with Jesus about this perplexing issue. The two historical figures think out loud about beauty, Blaise Pascal, and the Bible in a sparkling interchange that will fascinate and inspire readers.

    ©2006 Ravi Zacharias (P)2006 christianaudio.com

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    Sentences filled with a world of truth.

    The first time through i knew that i would have to listen and listen to this again, to ponder all the words of wisdom and warning written here. Dr. Zacharias is a skilled story-teller and a good expositor of the law of God in its three functions in life in this imagined dialogue. I wonder if he had the famed work written by the postapostolic fathers "The Didache" before him as a bluue-print.
    Amidst all the Sprachspiel heaviness that the law here effects with a reader finding himself in such a temple of licentiousness, meaninglessness and death; the way out is also shown, that there is hope through turning to the one who is the cathedral of very life itself.
    On a lighter note: I finally know how to pronounce pensees....and no, its not pen-says. Listen to the book and find out ;-).