I used this book in conjunction with the study by the same name for adult Sunday School.
By itself, the book looks into some tough questions, and provides food for thought and ways to address these concerns when non-Christians ask us for answers.
The book doesn't exactly follow the study, but the study does suggest using the book as a resource. It was helpful to use for additional thoughts and discussion. I intend to look into some of Lee Strobel's other studies since this one was well-organized and well-received by the Sunday School class.
I'm in the process of reading this book and so far am really enjoying it. But I purchased this book along with "A Case For Grace" for my 27 y/o incarcerated son - hearing what wonderful, uplifting books they were. My son was raised and loved in the faith, but has drifted far away from God. Never thought it'd be possible but drugs, alcohol and evil lured him away from God and us. He is very intelligent and quite a reader but he has never been super impressed with any books I've ordered for him (at least he hasn't said that he was). This book, A Case For Faith is one of the best books he's read. He told me it really spoke to him and answered a lot of nagging questions for him. I'm so grateful...I highly recommend it!