The Case for Faith: A Journalist Investigates the Toughest Objections to Christianity

By: Lee Strobel

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Shows some wear. Ex-newspaperman Strobel's Christian apologetics read like feature interviews in the religion pages rather than a theological treatise. To knock down what he calls "the Big Eight" roadblocks to faith, he questions experts about them rather than logically bulldozing his way to solutions. He grills Catholic lay philosopher Peter Kreeft about the problem of evil, Indian-born evangelist Ravi Zacharias about Christian exclusivism, historian John Woodbridge about oppression in the name of Christ, and other authorities about the truth of miracles, God's callousness in the Hebrew Bible, the justice of Hell, the challenge of evolution, and the struggle with persistent doubt. Each conversation is pointed and engaging, so much so that Strobel's occasional melodramatic note (did he really speak "in a voice laden with sarcasm" to any of these, his fellow believers?) seems ridiculous. Kreeft and Woodbridge are Strobel's least doctrinaire interlocutors. The others, staunch evangelicals all, may interest fewer readers, though Zacharias on the exclusivisms of the other major religions touches on matters Americans too rarely hear discussed. Ray Olson Copyright © American Library Association. All rights reserved

Title: The Case for Faith: A Journalist Investigates the Toughest Objections to Christianity

Author Name: Lee Strobel

Categories: Other, Christian Growth, $2.00 Or Less, Evangelism/Discipleship, Apologetics, Lee Strobel,

Publisher: Grand Rapids, MI, Zondervan Publishing House: 1998

ISBN Number: 0310234697

ISBN Number 13: 9780310234692

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: Fine

Seller ID: 15616