The Case for Christ - The Identity Evidence Summary & Analysis

Lee Strobel
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Strobel introduces information on the original psychological profiler employed by the FBI. His name is John Douglas. He gathered information at crime scenes and used it to get inside the head of the perpetrator to help create a profile. He has a doctorate in psychology and a natural ability to understand human behavior. Along with examining the crime scene, Douglas also interviewed victims when possible. From the clues left behind, he determined the criminal's psychological makeup. In the case for Christ, can evidence left behind by Jesus help us today to better understand what Jesus thought of himself. Did he believe himself to be God?

To answer this question, Strobel interviews a man named Ben Witherington III. Witherington is an expert on Jesus' claims and has written books including: Jesus the Sage; The Many Faces of the Christ; The Jesus Quest...

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