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John Durkee5 Stars Out Of 5June 17, 2010John DurkeeIn an era of claims for the effectiveness of one's "faith", there is a need to clarify the question of "faith in WHOM, or in WHAT?". Simply having faith is inadequate if that faith has no foundation. Strobel deals more directly with this as a question which requires that clarification. His approach is simply to present actual case studies that the reader encounters in personal experience.As an active pastor, I can cite specific answers to a struggling seeker for a faith that has assurance. THE CASE FOR FAITH is an unexcelled reference handbook for those drifting in uncertainty.
Judy Omlor5 Stars Out Of 5December 19, 2008Judy OmlorI absolutely loved this book. For a person who has struggled with faith, I struggle no more. A lot of research was done in this book. I found it to be totally uplifting. I strongly recommend this book!
Diana Roll5 Stars Out Of 5September 25, 2008Diana RollThis is an incredible book. It is very thought provoking and it tackles some very tough questions about the Christian faith. I also purchased 'The Case for Christ' and 'The Case for a Creator'. I am now reading 'The Case for a Creator'. I would recommend these books to anyone who is a serious seeker of truth. I appreciate Lee Strobel's writing style and his earnestness of purpose; finding and presenting the "TRUTH". May our great God and Savior be glorified through these writings!
Ralph E. Molyneux5 Stars Out Of 5September 10, 2008Ralph E. MolyneuxStrobel's series of books helps bring evidentialist apologetics to a user friendly level in a very readable manner. His interview subjects provide outstanding information filtered for a wide audience. The chapter in "Faith" with J.P. Moreland is worth the price of the book.
Brad5 Stars Out Of 5March 7, 2008BradA great follow up from 'The Case For Christ.' I especially liked the defense of the Bible in his interview with Mr. Geisler. A must read!