Reuben David

Currently visiting North Texas
Don’t Miss This Acclaimed Expert on

International Culture
World Religions

Thursday, May 11, 6:45 PM

“Jesus Among Other Gods”

Reuben David, Live

JESUS, MOHAMMED, BUDDHA, KRISHNA – are they the same?  How do our Hindu neighbors view Christianity and are you confident in your ability to share the gospel with them?

There are many religions and faith traditions in our world. How do we understand that Christianity is unique compared to other world religions? Furthermore is JESUS unique compared to other gods? Do not miss this talk by Indian-born Christian apologist Reuben David.

Born and raised in India — home to Hinduism, Islam, and Buddhism — Reuben is well versed in the practical realities of comparative religions today. His first-hand knowledge of religions, cults, and the competing philosophies and ideologies of our day has made him a popular lecturer and seminar leader with university students and adult audiences alike.

Reuben David has dedicated his life and ministry to a reasoned defense of the gospel and a broader understanding of the historic Christian intellectual tradition. He has spoken in India and America. He has addressed media and religious leaders in several venues. A former Visiting Scholar with The Wilberforce Forum, the Christian worldview think tank founded by Charles Colson, Mr. David is passionate about defending the Christian faith.

Mr. David holds masters’ degrees in mass media, psychology, and religion from Regent University in Alexandria, Virginia, and from Bangalore University in India. A former professor at the North Central University in Minneapolis, Minnesota, he is currently a Christian apologist and speaker on spiritual matters and very passionate about preaching the gospel and desiring revival among churches in North America.


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