The Case for Christ

I read “The Case for Christ” some fifteen years ago.

It had quite an impact on me because of the approach used by the author, Lee Strobel. Mr. Strobel was a journalist for the Chicago Tribune back in the 70s, who was also an atheist. When his wife became a Christian, it bugged him. There was a part of her life in which he couldn’t share.

What to do about it? Well what else but to disprove Christ’s divinity!

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The persuasive history of early Christianity

A Quiner’s Diner reader, Larry, took issue with a previous post where I suggest that a person wouldn’t die for a lie. My point is that ten of the twelve disciples of Jesus were martyred for spreading Christianity. They wouldn’t have gone to their death for a lie, I suggest. Larry disagrees by questioning the veracity of the eye witness, Paul. Let’s look at his concerns …

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Was Jesus Real?

By Tom Quiner Lee Strobel was an atheist who came to believe in Jesus after spending two years trying to disprove His divinity. Be sure to watch the video from my previous post where Mr. Strobel, a former reporter for the Chicago Tribune, talks about his surprising findings about Christ. C.S. Lewis was another atheist…

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Is the Bible true?

By Tom Quiner Liberal comedienne, Janeane Garofalo, recently called the Bible a “work of fiction.”  Watch … [youtube=!] I don’t know how much Ms. Garofalo has read, studied, or even contemplated the Bible.  But I mention her quote because she will influence a certain segment of her audience with her dismissive attitude of the most…

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