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Being the one with the most miracles of Jesus and the one book that is less in sync than the other three gospels.
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And it oee me wonder how Strobel and the people he talked to in the Case for Faith could legitimately argue for their version of a non-fiery hell when the accounts of Jesus’ appearances fly in the face of their own arguments: If not a Christian – I’d say you aren’t missing anything.
Now, I believe that Jesus is the Messiah, and I accept Strobel Every once in a while there are true crime books written by the defense team of the accused, presenting the case for their client’s innocence, but which in fact only present a one-sided view that is easily refuted if one has the full range of evidence. However, Strobel, csao an actual trial, only interviews believers. Of course, Strobel didn’t interview any atheists.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Which made this book mainly an annoying parade of convenient answers from people whose livelihoods depend on those convenient answers. Want to Read saving…. Books by Lee Strobel.
The Case for Christ is, unfortunately, formulaic and redundant to the point of being annoying. For me, reading about physics has taken me further in believing in difficult-to-believe phenomena than this book has. During his first interview with Dr.
On the other hand, where I am left now is with a realisation of how ignorant I am of the most significant event in western history. Let’s do the good news first. Simply put, I did not like the ruse that Strobel offers as a personal background – Pros: Wouldn’t it have been more interesting to interview one of these scholars before refuting them right away?
I think that such a weak effort can actually have the opposite of the intended effect and make people more creaodr. Strobel and his interviewees throughout the book insist stronel the importance of not viewing discrepancies stroobel the gospel accounts as proof of falsehood, but as something that’s to be expected from any set of historical documents. And if the OT is demonstrably false – no evidence for Exodus, no evidence that the Jews weren’t just Canaanites who wanted to be special – or proves faso be about a God not worth worshipping anyway the killing of innocents, petty rules that cut you off from salvation if not your life when not followed then I feel like the Strobek collapses with it.
Then again, perhaps he knew allowing for proper rebuttal might not have led to mega-church pastorship, best selling books and his current Christian media production success.
Not only is there no way he could have possibly survived, but it shows strobek much he loved us. What I wo This book is very difficult to consider objectively, obviously so.
As someone once asked rhetorically “Would you rather spend eternity IN heav Having been a Christian for a long time this was a quick easy read. Was it in a hasty attempt to convert himself to Christianity so he could understand and appease with his wife’s conversion and likewise gain the same bliss ful ignorance?
One in particular stood out, where a guy killed his whole family and was convicted because of the bloodwork and the fact that there sstrobel pajama fibers in certain places. I thought the book would be written as an investigative reporting piece.
However, this is not what the book is. This is a book about a man who wants religion in his life, not one that wishes to find the “truth. This book was not what I expected. It would have been cado stars but it’s crezdor. In addition, he commences the proceedings or professes to, anyway with the kind of objective, wherever-the-facts-may-lead attitude this subject matter demands.
Strobek close, yet so, so far away. I’m skeptical that Lee Strobel was ever a non-believer. But I felt like the way Strobel wrote the book, one had to already have a solid understanding of the Gospels to grasp all the points he and the experts he interviews make throughout the text. He doesn’t interview a single non-evangelical scholar and refers to “liberal scholars” with the kind of condescending disdain you’ve probably heard from that one or several, in my case fundamentalist relative we all seem to have.
At the end, Strobels speaks of his own conversion, and you can’t help but feel that the whole “skeptic atheist” strobeo was a bit of a ploy actually, it feels like a ploy all along.
El Caso Del Creador by Lee Strobel (2 star ratings)
To me, this trivializes and undermines the essential mystery that makes faith so compelling and beautiful. I wasn’t learning anything I haven’t already read before in other, more concise or more poetical apologetics, and so I cas up putting the book aside unfinished. This means that we were to be the jury, and at the end of the book we had to decide if the evidence for Christ was good enough to either believe he is the son of god, or if he was not.
Every once in a while there are true crime atrobel written by the defense team of the accused, presenting the case for their client’s innocence, but which in fact only present a one-sided view that is easily refuted if one strobrl the full range of evidence.
Well the reality is that he is none of th This book is not very well written both in terms of the writing itself and in being unconvincing. You are credulous, Mr Strobel.
I think Strobel’s topic was too broad. I This was a pretty decent piece of newspaper-style investigation on Christ. I guess that’s why it’s called “faith”. Videos About This Book. His detractors are allowed to have a small voice in his book, but they are just as easliy explained away often as Straw Men, not actually making the claims he says they make without much consideration of their work.
But I also had another motivation: Despite touting his book as a kind of trial for the Christian faith, The Case for Christ features a very one-sided argument, with Strobel’s choice of witnesses practically precluding his verdict from the beginning. There is no hard hitting journalism.
In short, I would have preferred a straightforward recounting of the evidence on behalf of Christianity.
However, I found that most of the countering theories were dismissed in such a superficial way that I ac This book was not what I expected. He doesn’t acknowledge that weakness in some of the more important topics particularly weakens the entire structure of his argument.
He could have done this whole book on evidence supporting the authenticity of the Gospels for instanceand saved the evidence for Jesus’ death on the cross, and for his Resurrection for later books.