Case for Christ for Kids

Case for Christ for Kids

by Lee Strobel
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The Case for Christ: A Journalist's Personal Investigation of the Evidence for Jesus 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 140 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You know those nagging little doubts that your new-age neighbor keeps planting in your mind about Christianity? Well, this book has the answers to those qestions and more, and all from EXPERTS in their field, not just some guy who wrote a book. The author writes in an easy-to-read manner that leads you right through the chapters. He covers all the major questions from "Did Jesus really die?" to "So why are there discrepancies in the various gospels," He goes through the scientific studies--archeology studies--psychiatric studies, etc. and gathers his information from people who really know what they're talking about. This is a book I have already given away and am orderig a couple more to have on hand as a witnessing tool. A great book. I recommend it to anyone who has doubts about the validity of Christianity, and to those who are Christans--it only deepens your faith.
Samantha14 More than 1 year ago
This book was recommended to me by my father. I am only half way done, and it has already changed my life. Prior to reading this book, I have had a strong faith, but in college I am constantly being bashed and mocked for my beliefs. Now that I have read this book, I have received a new sense of confidence and courage to stand up for what i believe in. This book has evidence that proofs Christianity true from multiple perspectives: science, psychology, history, archeology, and secular findings. It also provides tons of explanations to increase the readers understanding of the topic at hand. I loved this book so much, and I think that it has truly strengthened my faith even more. I am so thankful for this book and for Lee Strobel, the author. It is a must read if you are a Christian or Non-Christian!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am a person that needs concrete proof in order to believe something is true. This book DEFINITELY gives you that. It comes from an Atheist. Because of this, he will not be bias and will tell you exactly what he finds. This book will really helps people understand Christianity and be able to have proof that the events in the Bible actually happened. It helped me tremendously with my faith. This is an amazing book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The title of the book 'The Case For Christ' nails down many facts about Christ. I was looking for more facts to help me spark the unbeliever as well as reaffirm my own faith. This book obviously cannot address every concept that its attackers would like to use to discredit its quality however it does present many undeniable facts that support that fact that Jesus lives.
SiwelFP More than 1 year ago
The author, himself an avowed atheist, tracks down learned experts in their field, as he investigates the evidence concerning the case for Christ's existence or nonexistence. He cross-examines each scholar in his attempt to disprove the deity, and history of Christ, but finds overwhelming evidence to the contrary, and in the process discovers his life touched by the Son of God. The author's tough questions challenge each scholar he encounters to produce undeniable evidence of their positions on the truth of Jesus, His birth, His death, and His resurrection. This book reads like a captivating novel that continually puts the reader on the edge of his seat, and challenges him to question hos own beliefs about Christianity. The author also poses questions at the end of each interview for the reader to consider in his judgment of the information which has been propounded from the questions asked, and at the end of this riveting drama, inquires as to what the reader intends to do with the information presented. He asks in the end, "What will be your verdict in the Case for Christ?
Guest More than 1 year ago
Interesting book if you are a person with an inquiring mind and a detective/investigative-type personality.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As a Christian, I learned much I didn't know about christianity, its history and the evidence that supports it. A truly fascinating read.
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jbm More than 1 year ago
This book is packed with information about Jesus Christ! Loved it!
BlackAsh13 More than 1 year ago
As someone who stands firm in his Christian faith, I looked to this book with hope that it would provide some solid and, previously unknown, historical details to me about the life of Jesus that would strengthen my faith. This didn't happen. Another reviewer commented that the author has setup a 300+page strawman, and I must agree with that. Lee Strobel introduces six questions (arguments) posed by historians that question the divinity and legitimacy of Jesus as messiah. He does so by quoting the works of historians that pertain to each of these topics, then he interviews historians who hold the opposing (his) worldview, and allows them to pick apart the validity of the counterarguments. Being a Christian, it probably ought to have been easy for Strobel to sway me, but his "case" was just plain weak, and his argument did nothing for me. This book boiled down to a bunch of historians on opposite sides of the Jesus debate attempting to discredit the each other, while we lay people wonder to ourselves, "What the heck are they talking about?" Strobel mentions that there is Greek word for a young woman that has 16 different translations. Because of this, some historians conclude that Mary was not a Virgin when she gave birth to Jesus. Whose translation is correct? At another point, a historian is discredited because his opinions are based on a Greek translation of text. This historian was unable to read the original Aramaic text which, according to Strobel, would have offered a different perspective on what the document contained. What each of us believes when it comes to God and religion is ultimately a question of faith. I'm not sure any historian/archeologist will ever be able to uncover enough suitable evidence to prove, beyond a shadow of a doubt, the events of the life of Jesus over 2000 years ago. It just comes down to faith.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A in depth study into the historical Jesus. With all of the evidence provided there can only be one answer. JESUS IS ALIVE.
Seantaneous More than 1 year ago
This is one of the sharpest evangelistic tools I have ever possessed. So much so, that this was the first book I actually bought for someone else, and I've read a ton of books. Lee Strobel, in his own personal journey from unbelief to belief, travels through an array of avenues to prove that Jesus is who he said he was and is. The Case for Christ touches on archaeology, history, science and more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was the first Case book and I loved it! Ive read all but Case for a Creater!!!!!(;(;(;(:(;(;
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Great for church study group.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
After reading this book, I had to read several others that are referenced in it...and also Strobel's "Case for Faith". I believe that, no matter your religion or lack thereof, there is valuable information in this book.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this book is great because as a Christian I am not fully aware of all of the facts. It was a bit difficult to understand but very informational.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was very helpful.