El Caso del Creador. Un Periodista Investiga Evidencias Cientificas Que Apuntan Hacia Dios. by Lee Strobel (Author),. Share. El caso del creador: Un periodista investiga evidencias científicas que apuntan hacia Dios. (Spanish Edition) eBook: Lee Strobel: : Kindle Store. Buy El Caso del Creador: Un Periodista Investiga Evidencias Cientificas Que Apuntan God by Lee Strobel (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store.
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Let’s do the good news first. And if the OT is demonstrably false – no evidence for Exodus, no evidence that the Jews weren’t just Canaanites who wanted to be special – or proves to be about a God not worth worshipping anyway the killing of innocents, petty rules that cut you off from salvation if not your life when not followed then I feel like the NT collapses with it. And it makes me wonder how Strobel and the people he talked to in the Case for Faith could legitimately argue for their version of a non-fiery hell when the accounts of Jesus’ appearances fly in the face of their own arguments: If he did, and answered the objections, then this book would have some credibility.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I am a strong believer and it did nothing for me Present a series of challenges to Biblical accuracy or Christian theology “Can the Gospels really be relied upon as accurate? He is not worth reading. Listen to the response “Yes and here is why. I understand that there is no such thing as true objectivity in historical analysis the book is of course called ‘The Case FOR Christ’but nonetheless I was hoping for a much more rigourous academic argument to be put forward.
So while I ceador not actually recommend this book, I will say that it has turned out to be an interesting starting point for further research for me. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. A feeble fact based faith is no faith at all. What I wo This book is very difficult to consider objectively, obviously so.
So close, yet so, so far away. But this is supposed to be a journalist’s personal investigation into the evidence. Though Strobel could have had mercy on his readers and paraphrased these interviews, he instead chooses to stretch them out for as long as possible, writing pages upon pages of in-scene dialogue.
According to every expert Strobel interviewed that I came across, despite being approx. One of the interviews in the Case for Faith talks about how of course everyone would repent and believe on Judgement Day since they’d see God face-to-face, but that wasn’t the point.
I believe this book does a good job of presenting ineffective, textbook apologetics rather than either giving the nonbeliever a reason to believer or giving the committed believer effective tools to present eo basis of their faith.
While, as I’ve written before, Strobel’s expert witnesses offer useful information about interpreting scripture, Ccreador did a surprisingly poor job at choosing the expert witnesses for his allegorical court case. He was well prepared with many arguments against Christianity when he confronted and interviewed well educated Christian theologists. I thought the book would be written as an investigative reporting piece. But does Strobel put his interviews to good use?
He “challenges” a number of experts in theology with “hard hitting questions”, but once they provide answers to his queries he just leaves it at that, exclaiming “oh my gosh, that’s so true!
However, by preserving stories and allowing them to be mostly unchanged for nearly 2, years, while it is quite impressive, does not make the literature true. That being said, the book does have some positive aspects. The funny thing is, he never interviews anyone who would disagree with him, and so has nothing but biased or neutral sources – and he le as a “journalist” to acknowledge that.
Not only is there no way he could have possibly survived, but it shows how much he loved us. One in particular stood out, where a guy killed his whole family and was convicted because of the bloodwork and the fact that there were pajama fibers in I really hated the graphic details of murders at the beginning of each chapter.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. While I appreciate the point he is making, this constant method of comparison becomes a bit tedious; as a reader, I just want to get on with the apologetics. A few things hampered my attention span for this book: He played the role himself, asking tough questions from an atheist’s point of view.
In the end I gave up and skimmed the index section at the back of the book, looking up anything that seemed interesting. What I found instead was a page mashup of theology and history designed for the Walmart demographic. He speaks in cogent sentences, never losing his train of thought, always working through an answer methodically, point by point, fact by fact.
Strobel follows that with “while serology and toxicology aren’t able to shed any light on the issue, another category of scientific proof – the discipline of archaeology – has great bearing on the reliability of the gospels.
False advertising on the book jacket. This is not a good book for someone looking for disinterested study of religion. Strobel does not interview leading atheists and scholars who reject Christ, asking why they reject Him. Lee Patrick Strobel is an American Christian author, journalist, apologist and pastor.
He could have done this whole book on evidence supporting the authenticity of the Gospels for instanceand saved dell evidence for Jesus’ death on the cross, and for his Resurrection for later books.