Lee Strobel Writing Styles in The Case for Christ

Lee Strobel
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The author's background as a highly successful investigative reporter for the Chicago Tribune provides insight into the judicial process and a deeper understanding of how evidence must be viewed impartially. As an agnostic, Lee Strobel's life changes when his wife becomes a Christian. He fears that he will lose the fun-loving companion and friend he has known all these years, but in fact is mildly surprised by the subtle changes in her character. This leads him to want to learn more about the Jesus of the Bible using the same logical and factual approach that would be used in a courtroom. He challenges the readers of this book to take part in the case for Christ as a member of the jury. All preconceived notions are to be set aside and the evidence presented to be considered thoughtfully. He sets out to see if a case for Christ...

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