Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Christian NonFiction Review: The Case for a Creator Student Edition

This is the last of the four Lee Strobel books I will be reviewing for now. I hope to read their adult counterparts eventually. Each book has put forth a case for faith, a case for a creator, a case for Christ and a case for the real Jesus.

"The Case for a Creator Student Edition" lays the foundation for what can become a very complicated and science-centered search for proof. Strobel does a great job of giving the basics, the improbability of our life-centered universe, the evidence for a big bang, what fossil records say and more. He provides quotes from scientists, seeking to show that the evolution way is not necessarily the scientific way. Strobel even exposes a few misconceptions and falsities about common proofs given for Darwinism. Since it is the student edition, the book even includes obvious definitions of terms some readers may need clarified. There are other sidebars (not the easier to read in e-format) included, as well.

*Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for my honest review.

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