The Case for Christ - The Circumstantial Evidence Summary & Analysis

Lee Strobel
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The author builds his case for circumstantial evidence by pointing to the Timothy McVeigh case and how no one saw him put explosives in the Ryder truck or drive it to the federal building that blew up in Oklahoma City, and yet on the carefully presented circumstantial evidence he was convicted. To weigh in on circumstantial evidence supporting the resurrection, Strobel interviews J. P. Moreland, a renowned philosopher who is a highly-organized witness with a systematic logic which does not dwell in the abstract. His science background includes a degree in chemistry, and he also has a degree in theology which he uses in his position as professor at Talbot School of Theology. He is the author of a book titled Scaling the Secular and has articles published in over 30 professional journals. Strobel begins the interview with a challenge, asking Moreland...

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