The Case For a Creator Themes

Lee Strobel
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Believing in Darwin's Theory is a greater leap of faith than believing in God.

Believing in Darwin's Theory is a greater leap of faith than believing in God. Strobel draws this conclusion in the final chapter of his book, and bases his position wholly on scientific and rational evidence.

Strobel explains early on to readers that he was both an avowed atheist and avowed Darwinist. He looked with disdain upon believers. However, he had to second-guess himself when his wife became a believer. Because of her, he decided to reconsider his beliefs with an open mind, seeing where scientific evidence would take him. Strobel’s book becomes the core of his two-year journey which took him around America in search of answers.

Strobel’s investigation yielded an immense array of evidence which pointed toward God, rather than away from God. The investigation also yielded the shortcomings of Darwinian evolution...

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