The Case For Faith - Objection #8 – Conclusion Summary & Analysis

Lee Strobel
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In Objection #8: I Still Have Doubts, So I Can’t Be a Christian, Strobel reflected first on a street gang member-turned Christian minister, Ron Bronski, about whom he first had doubts Bronski had actually changed his life. Strobel connected this same sort of doubt to Christianity itself, and noted that all believers have questions. He then sought out Lynn Anderson, DMin, a pastor, writer, and mentor/trainer of church leaders. Anderson explained he came from a committed Christian family, and that even though he accepted Jesus at age eleven, still had his doubts. He explained he sometimes felt God’s presence, but not always. He believed part of this came from his mother’s refusal to express emotion, such as affirming people out of fear it might make them proud or arrogant. Anderson explained that he worried he would never live up to...

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