The Case For Faith Quotes

Lee Strobel
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But faith isn’t always that easy, even for people who desperately want it… Their hearts want to soar to God; their intellects keep them securely tied down.
-- Lee Strobel (Introduction paragraph n/a)

Importance: In the introduction, Strobel explains the paradox faced by may people. They want to, or do believe in God, but their reason refuses to let them believe. They are constantly seeking one more piece of evidence, or one more piece of proof, rather than allowing everything they already know to bring them to God. Strobel will use his book to prove it is possible to be a believer, but still have doubts.

Cannot? Does the presence of suffering necessarily mean the absence of God?
-- Lee Strobel (Objection #1 paragraph n/a)

Importance: Strobel tackles the idea that it is impossible for God to exist because there is suffering and evil in the world. This is one of the greatest challenges levied by agnostics, atheists, and anti-Christian individuals. The argument fails...

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