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The Case for Christ Student Edition

The Case for Christ Student Edition A Journalist's Personal Investigation of the Evidence for Jesus

By Lee Strobel, with Jane Vogel
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 4.63 Stars

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On 10/23 Madilyn Leatherwood wrote: Review Written by MadilynBook Title: The Case for ChristAuthor(s): Lee Strobel & Jane VogelSource/Sponsor: BookLookNumber of Pages: 128ISBN: 978-0-310-74564-8Publisher: ZondervanYear of Publication: 2001  Book DescriptionIn The Case for Christ and The Case for Faith student editions, Lee ... The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel & Jane Vogel Book Review

Madilyn's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/20 Canadianladybug wrote: I remember when the original edition of Case for Christ came out in bookstore. I read it avidly and still have my copy to this day. So I knew that this book will be a great read for my now teenage son even though his faith is quite solid. This book is divided into three sections: Who is This ... The Case for Christ Student Edition

Canadianladybug's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/16 Amber Martin wrote: This book is based on the original book called "The Case for Christ". Lee Strobel starts out to disprove Jesus and Who Jesus said He was. What Strobel found out is that Jesus very much was Who He said He was. Strobel digs deep into history to find out the truth. Was Jesus a good man? Did He really exist? ... The Case for Christ *Student Edition* by Lee Strobel: A Review

Amber's Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/6 Reformissional Rev wrote:                  The field of 'Apologetics' might sound to someone unfamiliar with the term as though one would be studying how to apologize. However,  to followers of Jesus Christ, this discipline is a look into how ... The Case for Christ - student edition by Lee Strobel

Reformissional Rev's Rating:

4 Stars

On 9/2 Chovalicious wrote: A great read for any teen but especially for those with doubt. The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel is an easy read, it is smaller than his original version yet leaves no room for doubt in the end. The award winning journalist was once an atheist until his wife became a Christian, it was then that he had ... A Great Read for Believers and Non-Believers

Chovalicious' Rating:

5 Stars

On 9/1 My Two Cents' Worth wrote: I was late getting connected to the internet. Saying that I was behind the times is quite an understatement. I'm not saying that that's necessarily a bad thing, just...a thing. Because of my tardiness into seeing a bigger picture of the world, I was quite taken aback when I finally did get online at ... The Case for Christ, Student Edition by Lee Strobel with Jane Vogel (Book Review)

My Two Cents' Worth's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/6 Nichole Hinkle wrote: I decided to review this book because I have read Lee Strobels original book as an adult reader. My high school student has used it as a basis for a study and keeps a copy in her room. When I saw this I had in mind my middle school child. In the opening story of how Lee began to investigate the life ... The Case for Christ - Student Edition- Book Review

Nichole's Rating:

5 Stars

On 8/3 Amy Looby wrote: This is a very well written argument for the existence and truth of Jesus. Using historical evidence, Strobel clearly spells out and debunks many myths that people (like the author himself) have used over the years to claim that Jesus was neither who He said He was nor that He did what the Bible claims ... Answers questions in a manner that teens will understand

Amy's Rating:

5 Stars

On 7/30 Steven Martins wrote: Lee Strobel, he's a famous atheist who turned Christian when working for the Chicago Tribune. He sought to disprove God and discredit Christianity, and yet his journey brought him to faith. He published The Case for a Creator, The Case for Christ, The Case for Faith, and even released DVD documentaries ... Tailored-Fit for the Student Mind

Steven Martins' Rating:

5 Stars

On 7/23 North Laurel wrote: This book is extremely short. It is a very quick read. That's both good and bad. It allows one to get it all in real quick. But it doesn't really give much substance to mull over and ponder. There are a lot of 'points' throughout, in the writing itself (the paragraphs) as well as side notes (in little ... Not enough to convince; get the original

North Laurel's Rating:

3 Stars