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A Case For Christ!

Posted by Scott on December 3, 2007

 Go to the website hear! The Case for Christ – The Hearing
Is there a case for Christ? If there were to be an arbitrary legal hearing – a court case to determine whether or not Jesus Christ is in fact the only begotten Son of God – would He be vindicated by the evidence, or exposed as a fraud?

The Case for Christ – The Prosecutor
Has anybody ever compiled the evidence to determine the case for Christ? As a matter of fact, Lee Strobel, an atheist at the time he undertook this endeavor, decided that he would prove Jesus Christ to be a fraud by the weight of the evidence. Strobel was certainly qualified to undertake such a task, compiling the case against Christ. He has a Master of Studies in Law degree from Yale Law School and was an award-winning journalist at the Chicago Tribune. Strobel’s area of expertise was Courtroom Analyst and he rose to the rank of Legal Editor of the Chicago Tribune. Furthermore, Strobel was not biased towards defending Christ – he was an atheist!

The Case for Christ – The Findings
Strobel divides the case for Christ into three basic sections:

1. The Historical Record:

2. A Profile of Jesus Christ:

3. The Evidence for the Resurrection of Jesus Christ:

The Case for Christ – Examining the Evidence
In trying the case for Christ, Strobel cross-examined a number of experts and recognized authorities in their own fields of study. He conducted his examination with no religious bias, other than his predisposition to atheism. Remarkably, after compiling and critically examining the evidence for himself, Strobel became a Christian. Stunned by his findings, he organized the evidence into a book he entitled, The Case for Christ, which has won the Gold Medallion Book Award for excellence. Strobel asks one thing of each reader – remain unbiased in your examination of the evidence. In the end, judge the evidence for yourself, acting as the lone juror in the case for Christ.

-Scott Bailey 2007

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3 Responses to “A Case For Christ!”

  1. The “Case for Christ” by reading this name I thought its a different blog but is a superb blog by exploring the evidences on Jesus Christ and examining them I like this post.

  2. I’m wondering if you would at all be interested in commenting and following along with my investigation of this book? In particular I hope to treat the evidence as Strobel suggests, as a juror, and could use help from people when I might be straying from that aim.

  3. qbaileys said

    I don’t mind following along as I have time. Time does not permit me to comment too often or debate issues, but others reading this may want to take on such an offer. Just keep informed as you move along in your investigation.

    SB

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