The Case For Faith Themes

Lee Strobel
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Christianity does more good than harm.

Christianity does more good than harm, according to Lee Strobel in The Case for Faith. Consistent among most of the issues in the book is the general idea that Christianity does more harm than good. Through his book, Strobel demonstrates that not only does Christianity do more good than harm, it actually does no harm at all.

The supposed ill-effects of Christianity can be seen through the Crusades and the Salem Witchcraft Trials. Both events taken as they are do not shed a positive light on Christianity. But, through research and meeting with experts. Strobel discovers these events are not as they are generally portrayed to be. Instead, they need context and better understanding.

Both events are aberrations, rather than consequences of Christianity. These were singular events that were not the norm. While these may have occurred with men and women stating they...

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