A few months ago, I signed up for the RZIM Academy, a twelve week course run by the ministry of Ravi Zacharias. The course is set up to train Christians how to engage “questioners” – people of various worldviews that may have questions about the Christian worldview. It also helps Christians to better understand their own worldview and several other prevailing worldviews.
Going into the course, I expected the focus to be on learning about Christianity through videos of RZIM speakers. Now, after the course is done, I realize that the focus wasn’t on the learning – it was on the application. The practical experience of engaging in conversations was the thing that challenged and changed me the most.
This experience came through assignments set up at various points during the course. Some assignments were reflection-based, like writing a summary of how morality is incorporated into my worldview…
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