Christian NonFiction Review: Lee Strobel's The Case For Faith Student Edition
In my last review of a Lee Strobel student edition, I wrote that the material did not see targeted at or simplified for a student audience. Such is not the case with Strobel's book on Faith. This book addresses very basic (and very few) philosophical questions such as why pain and evil exist. The format is dumbed down for a younger audience, reaching fewer than 90 pages and include a lot of sidebars. Personally, I think that as a young person I could have handled more, and would have wanted more than what is provided in this student edition. There isn't much new to read here. The answers provided are short and incomplete. This is a book for the real beginner with not a lot of time to spare for reading. More for pre-teens than for teens or young adults.
*Disclaimer: I received this book for free in exchange for my honest review.