I've read the 'The Case for Christ' and 'The Case for a Creator' and I thoroughly enjoyed both. I'm just wondering if I will really enjoy this book after having already read the first book about Christ. Any opinions?
I liked this book a little bit better than "The Case for Christ" but bear in mind that the first "Case" book was written generally, in order to give information about Jesus' life and death to nonbelievers. This book was written as a rebuttal to the current crop of liberal Christian scholars (think 'The Jesus Dynasty', 'What the Gospels Meant', etc.) and so its focus is going to be narrower.