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1) If there's a loving God, why does this pain-wracked world groan under so much suffering and evil?These are mighty tough questions, and Strobel fields them well. Rather than write a weighty dissertation about the merits of faith, he brings us along on his quest as we meet leaders in the Christian community, such as Peter Kreeft and William Lane Craig. We also encounter his everyday friends and acquaintances that serendipitously fill in the holes in each of the eight arguments against faith. The use of dialogue from personal interviews and a scene-by-scene active narrative makes this an easy and engaging read. However, easy does not mean breezy. This is a book of substance and merit, one that will help Christians defend their faith, especially during the hardest of times, when they have to defend their faith to themselves in moments of doubt. --Gail Hudson
2) If the miracles of God contradict science, then how can any rational person believe that they're true?
3) If God is morally pure, how can he sanction the slaughter of innocent children as the Old Testament says he did?
4) If God cares about the people he created, how could he consign so many of them to an eternity of torture in hell just because they didn't believe the right things about him?
5) If Jesus is the only way to heaven, then what about the millions of people who have never heard of him?
6) If God really created the universe, why does the evidence of science compel so many to conclude that the unguided process of evolution accounts for life?
7) If God is the ultimate overseer of the church, why has it been rife with hypocrisy and brutality throughout the ages?
8) If I'm still plagued by doubts, then is it still possible to be a Christian?
I bought this for a friend, I've read it before and it's absolutely excellent!Published 12 days ago by Gold Wood
Good book. Some repeat from his other two- but had some good clarification.Published 16 days ago by Jennifer Lynch
I highly recomend this book to those that are looking for answers.Published 1 month ago by Robert Hawes
One of the most compelling answers to the objections of Christianity.Published 1 month ago by Ryan Gipple
A few weeks back I enjoyed reading Lee Strobel's "The Case for Christ" so I also borrowed his "The Case for Faith" from the library. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tom
This help me grow stronger in faith, I will recommended to anyone who wants to built up their faith in god to read it.Published 1 month ago by Gilchrist Denis