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Paperback The Case for Easter A Journalist Investigates the Evidence for the Resurrection Book

ISBN: 1593282583

ISBN13: 9781593282585

The Case for Easter A Journalist Investigates the Evidence for the Resurrection

(Part of the Cases for Christianity Series)

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Excellent for Evangelism

This short book is a slice of the best of Strobel's "Case for Christ." It is excellent for evangelism, especially leading up to Easter. Do not use it merely as a hand-out to visitors, but incorporate it into the pre-Easter Bible studies of the congregation and present it to people investigating the faith in their homes. Those already close to embracing the faith of Christ and His Apostles and Prophets will be brought in by this book. Those further from faith in the Name could have this as a first step down their faith journey. Buy it in boxes and use it.

Totally Changed My View of the Resurrection

I used to consider Christ's resurrection (i.e. Easter) to be something that required a whole lot of blind faith to believe. But after reading The Case For Easter, that perception changed completely. Lee Strobel, a former atheist, presents a very compelling and strong case supporting the resurrection-a case so strong that it caused him to come to faith in Christ. Maintaining the same style he used in The Case for Christ and The Case for Faith, Strobel interviews several well-respected experts on the resurrection and challenges them with some of the most common and most difficult objections to the resurrection. The solid answers contained in this fast-paced, well-written book may surprise you. Some of the questions that are answered in this book are: - Did Jesus really die or did he just faint? - Was Jesus' resurrection really just resuscitation? - Were Jesus' hands and feet actually pierced by nails? - Is there any possible way that Jesus could have survived the cross? - Was Jesus really buried in the tomb? - Were guards present at the tomb? - Wouldn't it have been very easy for the disciples to have stolen the body? - What about all the contradictions in the Gospels concerning the resurrection? - Are the gospel accounts of Jesus' resurrection trustworthy? - How can the resurrection account be trusted when no one actually saw Jesus as he came back to life? - What evidence is there that people actually saw Jesus alive? - How do we know that the disciples didn't just make up stories about seeing Jesus? - Were Jesus' appearances to the disciples just hallucinations? The Case for Easter includes well-supported answers to all of these questions and more. In addition to strengthening my own faith, this book has given me the tools to answer many of the questions asked by non-believers about the resurrection. I would very strongly recommend that you read this book.

This Book Totally Changed How I View Easter

I used to consider Christ's resurrection (i.e. Easter) to be something that required a whole lot of blind faith to believe. But after reading The Case For Easter, that perception changed completely.Lee Strobel, a former atheist, presents a very compelling and strong case supporting the resurrection--a case so strong that it caused him to come to faith in Christ. Maintaining the same style he used in The Case for Christ and The Case for Faith, Strobel interviews several well-respected experts on the resurrection and challenges them with some of the most common and most difficult objections to the resurrection. The solid answers contained in this fast-paced, well-written book may surprise you.Some of the questions that are answered in this book are:- Did Jesus really die or did he just faint?- Was Jesus' resurrection really just resuscitation?- Were Jesus' hands and feet actually pierced by nails?- Is there any possible way that Jesus could have survived the cross?- Was Jesus really buried in the tomb?- Were guards present at the tomb?- Wouldn't it have been very easy for the disciples to have stolen the body?- What about all the contradictions in the Gospels concerning the resurrection?- Are the gospel accounts of Jesus' resurrection trustworthy?- How can the resurrection account be trusted when no one actually saw Jesus as he came back to life?- What evidence is there that people actually saw Jesus alive?- How do we know that the disciples didn't just make up stories about seeing Jesus?- Were Jesus' appearances to the disciples just hallucinations?The Case for Easter includes well-supported answers to all of these questions and more. In addition to strengthening my own faith, this book has given me the tools to answer many of the questions asked by non-believers about the resurrection.I would very strongly recommend that you read this book.

Wow! Strobel Has Provided Us With Another Great Book

This little book is very appealing. It is simple, short, and to the point. It is done in Strobel's typical investigatory style. He really wants people to see his heart for finding real answers to some of life's most difficult questions. Many who question the authenticity of the Easter story will benefit it. It offers honest answers to those who are asking serious questions. It's short, it's a good-read, and it's well-done. For many, this book will be the beginning of a life-long journey with God. It is a great follow-up tool when discussing the Passion of Christ or Christ's resurrection from the dead.Paul Heier, Lifespring Church Palm Harbor, FL
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