The Case For a Creator Setting & Symbolism

Lee Strobel
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The Chicago Tribune

The Chicago Tribune is symbolic of investigative truth. It was the newspaper Lee Strobel worked for as a young man. It was an investigation into a controversy in West Virginia, followed by his wife’s conversion to Christianity, that led Lee to investigate faith, reason, religion, and science. It was because of his wife and working for the newspaper that Lee began the process that would ultimately lead to his becoming a Christian.

Archaeopteryx

The archaeopteryx is symbolic of scientific evidence leading to religious doubt and scientific assumption. The archaeopteryx is a half-bird, half-reptile. It is assumed to be a missing link between the prehistoric past and the present. One of the images of Darwinism, the archaeopteryx helped lead Lee to atheism. However, science ultimately demonstrated the creature is not half-reptile. It is a bird with modern feathers.

A Scientific Dissent from a Darwinism ad

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