Book Review: The Logic of God

“The Logic of God” is a new devotional book by Ravi Zacharias. These “52 Christian Essentials for the Heart and Mind” can be read once a week for a year or once a day for about 2 months. Either way, the Christian with questions will likely enjoy this little devotional. There is a small scripture at the beginning of each reading followed by 3-4 pages of wisdom from Zacharias and a page of questions for reflection and personal application. The wisdom contained here is both biblical and logical, as Zacharias addresses common questions and struggles regarding the Christian faith.

The point of the reading varies, sometimes it appears “fluffy” or somewhat hard to relate to, but other times he hits the nail on the head. I also appreciate that Zacharias states the Gospel and, while not the focus of the devotional, does not shy away from the word “sin.” Devotionals often cannot go very deep into their topics and “The Logic of God” is somewhat in this category, though I find I like it much better than a lot of the shallow content in print.

I did enjoy this book and would recommend it for the Christian who is looking for a devotional that feeds their mind and can perhaps ease some of their doubts.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for my fair and honest review.

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