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The Case for the Real Jesus Student Edition: A Journalist Investigates Current Challenges to Christianity (Case for ... Series) di [Strobel, Lee]
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Just about everyone you ask has an opinion about Jesus. Some believe he was the Son of God, while others question his existence altogether. Some believe he lived, but that he was merely a good man. Today, scientists and other people are making statements that can make it difficult to know what to believe. So how can you know who the real Jesus was (and is)—especially when so many people are working to prove him to be a fake or a fraud? That’s what Lee Strobel wanted to know. As a former journalist—and a former atheist—Lee went on an investigative journey to discover the real Jesus, one that took him across the continent and into the homes of today’s most prominent experts on Christian history. He found all the evidence he needed to believe that the Jesus is indeed the Risen Savior. Join Lee’s investigation and discover the truth about Jesus for yourself. After you’ve seen all the evidence, you’ll know for certain who the real Jesus is, and you’ll be able to help others know him as well.

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5.0 su 5 stelle Five Stars 5 dicembre 2016
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For those that have questions, this book is very helpful!
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5.0 su 5 stelle Great defender of the faith 29 settembre 2010
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An awesome reference for all Christians. The book presents facts-based material to defend the faith.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Accessible book on who Jesus is, for students or not. 27 agosto 2014
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When one thinks of mainstream Christian apologists, Lee Strobel's name is assuredly at the top of the list. A former atheist and journalist, he initially came to recognition by applying his journalistic skill to the excellent book, The Case for Christ. He has since applied the same engaging, journalistic method to several other books such as the The Case for a Creator and the Case for Faith. His typical approach is to tackle questions Christians may discuss with nonbelievers or that they may struggle with themselves. The Case for the Real Jesus (2008, Zondervan) was no different.

In this book, Strobel sets out to address six different challenges:
1) Scholars are uncovering a radically different Jesus through ancient documents just as credible as the four gospels.
2) The Bible's portrait of Jesus can't be trusted because the church tampered with the text.
3) New explanations have disproved Jesus' reurrection.
4) Christianity's beliefs about Jesus were copied from pagan religions.
5) Jesus was an imposter who failed to fulfill the prophecies about the Messiah.
6) People should be free to pick and choose what to believe about Jesus.

In each case, he would find expert theists and apologists to address the questions at hand. Although many people may be unfamiliar with these authors, writers such as Craig Evans, Dan Wallace, and Paul Copan are highly educated, knowledgeable about the topics, and capable of defending. In each case, Strobel essentially lays out his conversations with these individuals to the benefit of the reader.

I would say the only place where I was puzzled was in trying to understand what classified this as a "student edition." I was unable to locate anything specific, other than the cover, that specifically mentioned that it was for students. The writing style employed inside is classic Strobel and doesn't appear different from how he typically writes. Admittedly, I did not have a copy of the non-student edition for comparison, though I suspect they would be vastly similar. Perhaps what made it a student edition was the inclusion of various text boxes, tables, and figures to highlight parts of the text, though to be fair, these "call outs" would be beneficial whether a person was a student or not.

In sum, this was a fine book. It could have been more comprehensive, but that was not the focus and there are other fine volumes to fit that niche. The purpose of answering these basic questions is handled clearly and effectively.

I received this book free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
5.0 su 5 stelle The back cover isn’t full of important Christian ‘celebrities’ and theologians saying how great this book is 2 settembre 2014
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In some respects, The Case for the Real Jesus: Student Edition stands as but one Christian apologetics book among a market full of many. The back cover isn’t full of important Christian ‘celebrities’ and theologians saying how great this book is. There was no flashy marketing campaign when this book hit the shelves. It’s not a hardback tome proclaiming itself to include the answers to every question which might confront the Christian faith. In some ways, this relatively short book (at just fewer than two hundred pages) is pretty easy to overlook. But to ignore the contents of this book would be a major mistake.

In The Case for the Real Jesus: Student Edition, journalist Lee Strobel and Jane Vogel engage six of the most common challenges to Christian claims about the Historical Jesus and offer serious historical information on these claims for readers to consider. Through interviews with six scholars, Strobel tackles questions about the reliability of the Gospel accounts of Jesus, the reliability of New Testament texts, counters to the resurrection, the influence of pagan religions upon stories about Jesus, Jesus’ fulfillment of Jewish prophecy, and what Christians should believe about the historical Jesus in today’s context. By looking at each of these topics seriously, Strobel provides a valuable tool for those seeking to understand and defend their Christian faith.

The best feature of this book is that Strobel doesn’t just do his own research and give us his perspective on various aspects of the Historical Jesus. Sometimes ‘apologetics’ gets a bad name because of certain apologists’ appeals to emotion, skewed facts, or one-sided presentations.[1] This book stays away from these concerns, as Strobel engages scholars whose work involves the particular question he is investigating. And these are not just ‘random’ people from some obscure college in a city you’ve never heard of. No, Strobel talks to some of the best in the business, published and widely respected scholars who have worked for extensive periods of time on the matters at hand. Strobel’s interviewee’s include Craig A. Evans, Daniel B. Wallace, Michael Licona, Edwin M. Yamauchi, Michael L. Brown, and Paul Copan, all of whom hold doctorates in relevant fields (though at the time this was written, Licona was not quite done with his degree yet). In this way, The Case for the Real Jesus: Student Edition reads like a cross between apologetics primer and introduction to early Christianity, as a wide variety of topics are touched upon in an easy-to-read way and with the clarity of serious academic engagement.

Given the wide variety of topics covered in The Case for the Real Jesus: Student Edition, it would have been nice to see a section on additional suggested resources for continued study of these questions. Apologetics books cannot be read in isolation, either from community or more in-depth resources. This book might be easy to read as an “open and shut” response to these historical controversies surrounding Jesus. Given the work of those whom Strobel interviewed, a list of “further reading” resources would have been very easy to compile and include—just list a book or two from each scholar! Instead, we are given a page of general apologetics websites; these are valuable resources, to be sure, but are not the best place to seriously learn more about the topics presented here.

This concern aside, however, The Case for the Real Jesus: Student Edition remains a supremely valuable resource. Both students and parents alike would benefit from reading this book, which is conveniently both small and short enough to fit in any page or purse. More Christians need to understand the historical viability and reliability of the Christian faith, and The Case for the Real Jesus: Student Edition is a great place to begin that journey of understanding.

I received this book from Zondervan and Book Look in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own. For more reviews like this, please visit

[1] Admittedly, every introduction to a topic cannot be a dissertation on that subject—otherwise no one would ever learn anything, they simply would not be able to digest ALL of the information that’s out there on any given subject. Good scholars and apologists know how to take the vast quantities of information that is ‘out there’ and synthesize it so that non-specialists and people asking questions can readily understand what’s going on.
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