Ronnie Collier Stevens

HOW I DISCOVERED I WASN’T A PROPHET OR WHY HISTORY SHOULD HAVE ENDED LONG AGO

In the mid-seventies I was pontificating and prognosticating from my dorm room in Dallas. Hardly anybody these days remembers that my dorm room in Dallas was the nerve center of Intellectual Vitality in the West at that time. At least it was the center of nerve. My audience of one was a fellow student exactly …

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ADIEU RAVI

In about 1972 my first cousin brought me a cassette of an exciting speaker she had just heard for the first time. She was a member of the First Christian and Missionary Alliance Church on North Druid Hills Road in Atlanta. The visiting speaker was an ethnic Indian, Canadian National, named Ravi Zacharias. It was immediately obvious that he was especially gifted. …

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