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The Case for Christ Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Scientific Evidence Summary

Lee Strobel
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The Scientific Evidence Summary and Analysis

Dr. Jeffry McDonald was an ex-marine standing trial for the murder of his family. He did not think the jury would find him guilty because he had an alibi. However, his alibi did not stand up to scientific evidence, and he was sentenced based on blood and trace evidence that did not back up his alibi. In the same way, the theme of evidence—in this case scientific evidence is introduced to prove or disprove the reliability of the gospels based on the discipline of archeology. Strobel turns to an archeological expert who has personal experience working digs in the Middle East. His name is John McRay. As Strobel seeks to stay objective in gathering the evidence, he leads with a question to help him determine if McRay will overstate the role of archeology when it comes to determining the...

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