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The Case for Christ Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Verdict of History Summary

Lee Strobel
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The Verdict of History Summary and Analysis

In this final chapter, the author chronicles his own 21-month spiritual journey. He lists questions and key facts to bring together the substance of the evidence under examination. The evidence proves beyond a reasonable doubt that the biographies of Jesus known as the gospels can be trusted. Strobel entered this investigation believing the case for Christ was legendary, but the evidence proved that not to be so. "Historically speaking, the news of his empty tomb, the eyewitness accounts of his post-Resurrection appearances, and the conviction that he was indeed God's unique Son emerged virtually instantaneously" (p. 264).

To further build the case for Christ he establishes that the evidence collected has been thorough. As Strobel looks over this evidence, his atheism crumbles. It leads him to the question of what he is supposed to do with this information. The evidence...

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