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Case for Christ
     

The Case for Christ

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Director: Michael Eaton, Timothy Eaton, Lee Strobel

Cast: Michael Eaton, Timothy Eaton, Lee Strobel

 
The documentary The Case for Christ follows reporter Lee Strobel as he interviews a number of religious and historical scholars in order to find out if there is any proof of the resurrection, and to discover the historical veracity of the New Testament.

Overview

The documentary The Case for Christ follows reporter Lee Strobel as he interviews a number of religious and historical scholars in order to find out if there is any proof of the resurrection, and to discover the historical veracity of the New Testament.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/11/2007
UPC:
0012236217008
Original Release:
2007
Rating:
NR
Source:
Lions Gate
Region Code:
1
Time:
1:11:00

Special Features

"The Uniqueness of Jesus" Featurette; Faith Stories of Scholars Interviewed for the Film; "Prophecies of the Passion" Featurette; Additional Study Resources From Lee Strobel; Letterbox Presentation; 2.0 Stereo Audio; English Subtitles

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Case for Christ
1. Introduction [4:43]
2. Examining the Evidence [19:35]
3. Analyzing Jesus [18:09]
4. Researching the Resurrection [23:02]
5. Lee's Decision [3:55]
6. Credits [1:51]

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The Case for Christ 2.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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Val-Lee More than 1 year ago
This video was shown Sunday in our adult Sunday school class. I walked out after N. T. Wright appeared on the screen. This man believes Jesus Christ and Paul followed their own agendas. He humanizes the Bible and Christ. In His book ¿What Saint Paul Really Said¿ Wright states: ¿Jesus believed himself to be called to a particular role in the Eschatological drama; and so did Paul.¿ Jesus is God. God knew and preordained before the foundation of the earth was laid that He would become God-man. It wasn¿t as if He suddenly came to the conclusion that he had to perform some kind of religious role playing for history sake. Paul wrote the words of God and did not set out to pursue his own agenda. He was called of God without question. Paul and Christ ¿believed¿ is the standard statement of this man who is an Anglican Priest who preaches at Westminster Abby, a church of the apostasy. Very liberal in all arenas.

Wright is called the theologian for everyone, as he takes no solid stands on theology. He does not oppose homosexuality or any form of sexual promiscuity. In What St. Paul Really Said, Wright states on page 156 that it (sex) is not to be ignored, denied or repressed according to Paul. Wright is a liar who leads many astray; yet, is quoted as a valuable recourse in this DVD and by many prominent so-called believers. Rick Warren is also in this video and he fellowships with homosexuals as he works with them to bring his PEACE plan to fruition. Rick Warren is also very liberal and stands with evil men who uphold every agenda opposed to Christ. Rick Warren writes his own doctrine as if he is God. However, it is Rick Warren¿s religion.

This video starts out on a very crazy note trying to figure out why Charles Templeton left the faith. The Apostle John states ¿they left us because they were not of us;¿ 1 John 2:19. The answer is simplistic. Those who are not of the true faith often leave the solid church that will not compromise.

The Bible also makes it vividly clear that we are to have nothing to do with the false teachers (2 Peter, Jude, etc.) and this includes Templeton. Lee Srobel was in the wrong to enter this heretic¿s home. This video presentation is in error from intro to closing.

Val Lee (Author of "Cliques in the Church." I also write and submit photos for Lee's Birdwatching Adventures "Through the Looking Glass of Val Lee")
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