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Case for Christ: A Journalist's Personal Investigation of the Evidence for Jesus

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Lee Strobel

Narrated By: Lee Strobel

Publisher: Zondervan

Date: October 2016

Duration: 10 hours 56 minutes


Lee Strobel uses his experience as a reporter for the Chicago Tribune to interview experts about the evidence for Christ from the fields of science, philosophy, and history. Winner of the Gold Medallion Book Award and twice nominated for the Christian Book of the Year Award.


  • Samantha Y

    Fantastic Book!

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

  • Simon Stormer

    amazing, keeps you wanting to hear more it has helped me with my walk with Christ.

    3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

  • Barbara Stilwell

    Brilliant book - a definite must read.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

  • Ian M

    Excellent book! Definitely not the end of the discussion but it is an excellent start and Lee Strobel recognizes that. The book is well researched, we presented, and honest about its perspective, uses and limitations. Whether you are a Christian or not many people today have a lot of misconceptions about Christ and the Bible and the credibility of the evidence for either/both. This book does a good job shedding some light on why the evidence is much stronger than one would typically think. I would recommend this book for both Christians and non-Christians who want to intelligently consider the case for or against the authenticity of Christ. It's an excellent introduction to some of the major areas of evidence and gist of the argument in favor of Christ in that category. It presents some of the major arguments against Christ and then offers a cogent rebuttal. Even if a skeptic is not ultimately won over, I think any reader giving a good faith assessment would have to concede that the evidence presented in he book is enough to give one pause.

    2 of 3 people found this review helpful.

  • Cory L

    If this book's intention was to convert non-christians into followers of Christ - it didn't succeed with this listener. My main concern with the interviews by the author is that none of the interviewees are skeptics. This leads to a one-sided perspective and feels forced in my opinion. However, I did find it interesting how many scholars spend their whole life studying and teaching a subject that ultimately seems pointless.

    1 of 2 people found this review helpful.