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The Case for Christ Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1: Chapter 1, The Eyewitness Evidence Summary

Lee Strobel
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Part 1: Chapter 1, The Eyewitness Evidence Summary and Analysis

Strobel starts this chapter with a story of another case he covered as a reporter in which he introduces Leo Carter, whose testimony puts three people in jail for murder. Leo witnessed the murder of the local grocer—a man who provided food for his family when there was none. As an eye witnesses, he knows he has to testify, but the killer knows this too and finds Leo as he walks along with his brother and a friend. All three are shot. Leo's brother and friend are dead, but Leo survives with a bullet in his head. He watches his brother and friend get shot as he pretends to be dead. His testimony puts the murderers away for the remainder of their lives. The point is this: they were convicted on the evidence of one...

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