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The Case for Christ Themes

Lee Strobel
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Themes

The Case For Christ

While this is the title of the book, it is also Strobel's overall theme. The other themes, the "reliability of the gospels" and "evidence," are intrinsically tied in with the case for Christ, because the reliability of the gospels is based on evidence. It is this collection of evidence that proves the reality of Christ in his deity and humanity. Step by step, Strobel approaches the case for Christ as if presenting evidence to a jury sitting in a courtroom. He interviews expert "witnesses" to not only reveal evidence, but takes the time to test and examine it according to legal standards. His approach is balanced as he not only looks at popular Christian perspectives but also takes into consideration views that do not support the case for Christ such as those held by the Jesus Seminar. His measured approach to all the evidence, takes...

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