Lee Strobel Writing Styles in The Case For a Creator

Lee Strobel
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Structure

Lee Strobel divides his book The Case for a Creator into eleven chapters through which he systematically builds an argument for the existence of God while deconstructing arguments for evolution. The vast majority of the book –Chapters 3 through 10 –comprise Strobel’s interviews with leading academics, scholars, and scientists. Each chapter (with the exception of Chapter 7, in which Strobel interviews two coauthors) revolves around an interview with one expert on a general topic, with the topics ranging from the Big Bang Theory and the origins of existence to the information encoded in DNA.

Strobel acts as an advocate for evolution, challenging those he interviews with naturalistic explanations and arguments, which those being interviewed then address. Strobel allows those interviewed the chance to build their own case with reference to reason and evidence, which Strobel then uses Chapter 11 to assess. Chapters 1 and 2 demonstrate Strobel’s atheism and decision to...

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