Lee Strobel Writing Styles in The Case For Faith

Lee Strobel
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Structure

Lee Strobel divides his book The Case for a Creator into ten chapters, supplemented by an appendix (with a brief summary of his book The Case for Christ). The chapters include an Introduction and a Conclusion. The chapters between take the form of objections. Each objection receives an entire chapter, and the objections to God, to faith, and to Christianity are what Strobel seeks to dismantle and counter. Each chapter is primarily composed of verbatim transcription of interviews Strobel conducts with leading Christian experts. Lee poses objections, questions, and challenges, while the person being interviewed fields the objections, answers the questions, and satisfies the challenges. This give and take allows for a comprehensive but concise treatment of each of the objections.

Perspective

Lee Strobel writes his book The Case for Faith from the perspective of a doubter. Strobel himself is a believer in God and in Christianity...

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