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Although the discussion often veers into the academic, Strobel works hard to make it accessible to those without scientific training. Throughout the book, he salts interview transcript information with interesting personal stories of his own spiritual and scientific quest for knowledge, as well as sometimes over-detailed descriptions of the actual interviews (right down to the type of beverages consumed). Each chapter contains suggestions for further reading on particular issues of science and faith.
Strobel concludes that, when correctly interpreted, science and biblical teaching support each other. He quotes physicist Paul Davies, "…science offers a surer path to God than religion." Open-minded readers will find that this book, and its questions for reflection and group study, invites conversation and investigation.--Cindy Crosby --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
In a wonderfully engaging style, Lee Strobel takes you through his investigation for the scientific evidence for a Creator.
Lee Strobel's case for a creator is very well written and makes his points very well a good and informative read I enjoyed it very much.
This is absurd, though, since the theory of evolution by natural selection does not claim that it can explain how or why life arose.
Lee Strobel does a very good job of presenting the evidence for a Creator. He began as an athiest and set out to disprove the Bible, but after many years of examining the evidence,... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Speach60
While this book is far from the worst for providing evidence of God, far better options exist, and some of the science is, at best, questionable. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Paul Stein
This is an all time fav book. Lee lays it all out beautifully for anyone to read and understand.Published 25 days ago by Sharon Boyce
Personally, I don't think the author does justice to the ideas that he's sharing in this book. It was not well-written in a clear, convincing way, but the ideas themselves are... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Hoofsa
The "Case for a Creator" struck me as a well-crafted blend of personal perspective, experience and probing interviews with leading scientists, one that author Lee Strobel... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tony Berends
If you do not believe in G-D, but, you believe in science, please give yourself the gift of this book. The author is a journalist who is an atheist. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Me!Mimi!