Synopses & Reviews
In "The Case For Faith", Strobel confronts some of the most difficult objections to belief. He draws on questions he had when he was a skeptic, objections currently being raised by the most outspoken opponents of Christianity, and the most troublesome barriers to faith in the hearts and minds of seekers and skeptics.
This eagerly anticipated sequel to Lee Strobel's best-selling The Case for Christ finds the author investigating the nettlesome issues and doubts of the heart that threaten faith. Eight major topics are addressed including doubt, the problem of pain, and the existence of evil.
The sequel to The Case for Christ discusses the "barriers to faith" and shows Christians how to overcome them. Simultaneous.
Was God telling the truth when he said, ?You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart??
In his #1 bestseller The Case for Christ, Lee Strobel examined the claims of Christ, reaching the hard-won verdict that Jesus is God's unique son. In The Case for Faith, Strobel turns his skills to the most persistent emotional objections to belief?the eight ?heart barriers? to faith. This Gold Medallion-winning book is for those who may be feeling attracted to Jesus but who are faced with difficult questions standing squarely in their path. For Christians, it will deepen their convictions and give them fresh confidence in discussing Christianity with even their most skeptical friends.
?Everyone?seekers, doubters, fervent believers?benefits when Lee Strobel hits the road in search of answers, as he does again in The Case for Faith. In the course of his probing interviews, some of the toughest intellectual obstacles to faith fall away.?
?Lee Strobel has given believers and skeptics alike a gift in this book. He does not avoid seeking the most difficult questions imaginable, and refuses to provide simplistic answers that do more harm than good.?
?Jerry Sittser, professor of religion, Whitworth College, and author of A Grace Disguised and The Will of God as a Way of Life
Includes bibliographical references (p. 271-290) and index.