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The case for faith : a journalist investigates the toughest objections to Christianity

Author: Lee Strobel
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : ZondervanPublishingHouse, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The author, a former atheist who became a Christian after two years of examining the historical evidence about God and Jesus, addresses some of the bothersome issues that often hinder people in their quest for faith, including questions about suffering and evil, science and evolution, different beliefs, hell, and doubt.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Lee Strobel
ISBN: 0310220157 9780310220152 0310234697 9780310234692
OCLC Number: 44516726
Awards: Winner of Christian Book Award 2001.
Description: 300 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Introduction: The Challenge of Faith --
On the Road to Answers --
Since Evil and Suffering Exist, a Loving God Cannot --
Since Miracles Contradict Science, They Cannot Be True --
Evolution Explains Life, So God Isn't Needed --
God Isn't Worthy of Worship If He Kills Innocent Children --
It's Offensive to Claim Jesus Is the Only Way to God --
A Loving God Would Never Torture People in Hell --
Church History Is Littered with Oppression and Violence --
I Still Have Doubts, So I Can't Be a Christian --
Conclusion: The Power of Faith.
Responsibility: Lee Strobel.
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The sequel to The Case for Christ discusses the "barriers to faith" and shows Christians how to overcome them. Simultaneous.  Read more...

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'Strobel...confronts in head-on fashion some of the thorniest issues that prove a hinderance to people coming to faith in this thought-provoking volume.' -- Capital Journal

 
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