In an imaginative dialogue, Oscar Wilde asks Jesus Christ to respond to this question about critical lifestyle choices. Their talk vividly illustrates the arguments for both sensual pleasure-seeking and moral moderation. Playwright, dramatist, poet, critic - Wilde openly defied the mores of Victorian society. His literary repartee fueled an "if it feels good, do it" humanistic philosophy that is still prevalent in the world today. So what does Jesus say?
About the Author
Ravi Zacharias is President and Founder of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries (RZIM). Their global outreach grew from humble roots in 1984 and includes fielding a team of itinerant speakers who operate from offices located around the world including the U.S., the UK, Romania, the Middle East, India, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Canada. The Hallmark of Ravi s heart is his strong evangelistic and apologetic that manifests itself from a position of compassion.
Simon Vance is the critically acclaimed narrator of approximately 400 audiobooks, winner of 27 "AudioFile" Earphones Awards, and a 12-time Audie Award-winner. He won an Audie in 2006 in the category of Science Fiction and was named the 2011 Best Voice in Biography and History and in 2010 Best Voice in Fiction by "AudioFile" magazine.
Vance has been a narrator for the past 25 years, and also worked for many years as a BBC Radio presenter and newsreader in London. Some of his best-selling and most praised audiobook performances include Stieg Larsson's "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, " Hilary Mantel's "Bring Up the Bodies "(an Audie award-winner), Ian Fleming's "Casino Royale", Oscar Wilde's "The Picture of Dorian Gray", Patrick O'Brian's "Master and Commander" series (all 21 titles), the new productions of Frank Herbert's original "Dune" series, and Rob Gifford's "China Road" (an "AudioFile" 2007 Book of the Year). Vance lives near San Francisco with his wife and two sons.