The case for christ?

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The case for christ?

I couldn't find any other topics about this, nor could I find the right forum to put this in. But recently I have read Lee Strobel's The Case For Christ.

His arguements seemed to me at least to be compelling. Did anyone have any information on the reliability of his claims/information?

Thanks


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Check out www.caseagainstfaith.com

Lota of good material debunking this apologist who playacts as an investigative journalist. 

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I was just thinking, even

I was just thinking, even if these apologetics happened to be 100 percent correct. The bible would still be written very poorly. A book of this magnitude shouldn't HAVE to have apologetics.

 

Thanks for the link, any more would appreciated.


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platinum_trunks wrote: I

platinum_trunks wrote:

I was just thinking, even if these apologetics happened to be 100 percent correct. The bible would still be written very poorly. A book of this magnitude shouldn't HAVE to have apologetics.

Precisely. Euclid's work doesn't require an apologist...

Those who know the good, do the good. - Socrates

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