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Though Strobel may have intended this technique as a way to engage the reader after all, who wants to read dry, academic prose? For those who want to believe in Jesus and edl whole package biased by that condition this book will probably do the trick. The major one is the idea that God keeps himself partially hidden, leaving clues for those who wish to find them and believe, while others can exercise their etrobel will and choose to disbelieve.
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In the Case for Faith, this was the entire reasoning for the existence of Hell – that Hell wasn’t some awful, burning torture zone, it was just the place where God wasn’t, a total separation from you and God never mind the question of how that’s possible, since God is supposed to be all things, that whole Omnipresent, sustainer of creation, bit.
In strobbel book, Jesus and Christianity are the defendants, and Strobel’s witnesses mostly theologians, with a few historians, a srobel doctor, and a Christian psychologist are suitable witnesses for the defendants. His interview style is likewise wearying. This was a pretty decent piece of newspaper-style investigation on Christ.
We have accurate copies of other works dating back as far, but we don’t believe that they are religious texts, do we? But, if you are like me and wanted to gain a greater understanding of the Historical Jesus, and receive an unbiased explanation about Jesus in christianity, then you will be quite displeased.
This book is not a cross examination of anything. Because they knew it was!
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No historians ever later talked about this because apparently there were no older siblings or parents who ever moved or travelled anywhere and talked about what had happened that year? Lewisand I was curious about it. I guess I was just hoping for alot more.
Let’s do the good news first. Each chapter begins with a one- to two-page anecdote about an important court case which Strobel tries to write as melodramatically as possible.
It felt like he was trying to rub it in – look at all the cool grisly things I know about! Lee Strobel is introduced at the back of the book as ‘A seasoned journalist’, and that he is: At the end, Strobels speaks of his own conversion, and you can’t help but feel that the whole “skeptic atheist” thing was a bit of a ploy actually, it feels like a ploy all along.
The bulk of each chapter is devoted to Strobel’s interview with a particular expert who tries to shed light on Strobel’s questions about Christianity. Trivia About The Cdeador for Christ. The ability to choose to follow the clues or not then serves a double purpose: I did learn from the book I think that such a weak effort can actually have the opposite of the intended effect and make people more skeptical.
I cant see it drawing them closer to God. This book had the potential to be something transformative for people, but instead is only useful to people who are already firmly planted acso their faith.
Strobel even begins a particular chapter by vel how the level of potassium in an eyeball allows for accurate calculation of how long a body has been deceased. Each interview has the same pattern. Strobel’s treatment of the pastors is similar to the mainstream media’s treatment of President Obama and his administration, plenty of softball questions and foregone conclusions. I’m never a fan of an author assuming that one has done all his homework before picking up a book like this so I found that to be an area where there was room for improvement.
But despite his constant self-congratulating in the book, he doesn’t make crdador good argument that it’s highly logical based on the evidence. I would have preferred to see more discussion directly related to the the Jesus Seminar and a discussion of opposing thought. It follows a man who considers himself an atheist who also happens creadot be an investagative journalist who wants to prove Jesus lived.
Creaor, 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. It claims to offer a fair investigation, but it’s a one-sided affair.
And that’s the thing. Then he topples right back over again, regardless of what fallacious half-answers are served up.
I tried getting through this one twice, first ccaso and now again inand I simply couldn’t make it past the first hundred pages. He explains that later archeology discovered that this is an actual lake, and it does in fact have 4 vats.
The Case for Christ is, unfortunately, formulaic and redundant to the point of being annoying. Cases for Christianity 10 books. Lee Patrick Strobel is an American Christian author, journalist, apologist and pastor. He accepts literally every argument advanced by his strogel subjects, without exception. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Whilst Strobel may have found his answers, my journey to understand the phenomenon of religion continues, this book having raised far more questions than it has answered.
During his first interview with Dr. Does the author look at the case against Christ? I had been told he could discuss the topic dispassionately as well as accurately. Jesus obviously believed the OT was worthwhile, the word of God, something he had no intention of doing away with.
How, you may ask?
These have been studied and contrasted against each other such that “The New Testament, then, has not only survived in more manuscripts than any other book from antiquity, but it has survived in a purer form than any other great book – a form that is So he goes with a belief conclusion.
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. Any reasonable person – believer or not – genuinely soul-searching, reading this book in the spirit in which it’s supposedly written, will see through the mountain of shoddy logic and self-delusion upon which it’s written.
One in particular stood out, where a guy killed his whole family and was convicted because of the bloodwork and the fact that there were pajama fibers in I really hated the graphic details of murders at the beginning of each chapter.
Just like the Iliad by Homer was preserved for thousands of years, it does not increase the validity of the story. And it makes 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: