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Lee Strobel

The Case For Christ

Nonfiction | Book | Adult | Published in 1998

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Why does Strobel choose to weave a discussion of his own theological journey throughout his investigation into whether Christianity is true? Explain whether this technique supports or detracts from his argument citing specific evidence from the text. 


Why does Strobel spend so much time proving the historical accuracy of the Bible? Why is historical accuracy fundamental to Strobel’s argument about the plausibility of Christianity?


The Case for Christ is a book about arguments—which ones hold water, which ones do not, and how those arguments impact a skeptic’s understanding of Christianity. Pick the chapter you find most compelling and the chapter you find least compelling, then compare them to one another. Be sure to discuss what makes one argument more persuasive than the other. 

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