The Case for Christ - Introduction: Reopening the Investigation of a Lifetime Summary & Analysis

Lee Strobel
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The Case For Christ is written with a touch of wit and elements of a fast-paced fictional thriller, along with the exacting detail of an investigative scholar-reporter. Lee Strobel chronicles his 2-month spiritual journey as he seeks to learn the truth about the case for Christ. He pulls in rich, relevant detail from his crime reporting background to lay the foundation of how a case is presented in court and builds from there with pertinent historical proofs and interviews with thirteen highly-qualified experts to understand how the court systems work and how evidence is used to make a case. With his investigative reporter background, Stroble searches for truth based on historical evidence. In fact, "evidence" is an overall theme that runs the course of the book and supports the other general themes: a...

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