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Highly recommended, an excellent resource. The presenter is outstanding but he speaks very quickly and I needed total concentratiion.
Love it when Lee Strobel narrates his own books. Also love his matter of fact, honest approach to evangelism. He uses examples from his journalistic experiences so well. I have read this book once and listened to it 3 times whilst out and about walking and I still find it refreshing.
"insightful look into christians and our faith"
Some key areas for me in this book included: 1) the perspective of non-Christians about Christians (and how it affects the way we engage), 2) testimony and narrative describing the way love manifests itself in true Christian actions, 3) conversation about "The Golden Rule", 4) how the minute we profess Christ in our lives we will be observed by others (and the way our character can paint us as self-righteous or hypocritical... or humble, blind sinners who makes mistakes and need a Saviour [thank God we have One!!!]) and 5) Lee's classic conversation of proofs of the empty tomb and other supporting arguments. This last point is not a dwelling place, but a resonable stop along the way, and I think that any book that supports Christian faith should encourage and support others in whatever way is consistent with the core theme of the book. As a frequent traveller, this book has been great company on the road, and I recommend it.
"God's Outrageious Claims"
I found this to be an outstanding overview of the promises of God to His people and practical application of the Bible teachings for the 21st century. The fact that Strobles began as an atheist strengthens his testimony and teachings.
for whenever you need to hear something to help you in your spiritual journey. :-)
Lee Strobel is an amazing, articulate writer with great, godly insight and can put things in away that make them easy to understand and digest! Must read!!!
"The whole world should listen to this"
As I listen to this book It was as if I entered a wormhole time was irrelevant at the end of the book I was sitting there crying with the realization that Jesus Christ is God
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