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Lee Strobel
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To me, the controversy in West Virginia was a symbolic last gasp of an archaic belief system hurtling toward oblivion.
-- Lee Strobel (Chapter 1 paragraph n/a)

Importance: In 1974, when he was still an atheist, Lee Strobel was sent to West Virginia. There, he was to cover a story about the locals and the school system’s new textbooks. Christians were angered over the content of the new textbooks. To Lee at the time, the reaction to the books was proof that Christianity was out-of-date and would soon disappear. Lee was wrong.

A Scientific Dissent from Darwinism.
-- Magazine ad title (Chapter 3 paragraph n/a)

Importance: One-hundred leading scientists took out an ad in a leading national magazine to demonstrate that even in the scientific community, there is skepticism about Darwin and evolution. Lee Strobel presents this point to demonstrate that not all scientists are in agreement about evolution. He also uses this point to explain that objections to Darwinian theory are not only raised by the...

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