The Lee Strobel Collection: Case for Creator/Faith/Christ 3 DVD Set
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The Lee Strobel Collection: Case for Creator/Faith/Christ
3 DVD Set
Have you ever wondered if there is evidence for the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ? Have you ever wished you knew the scientific explanation for the story of Creation? Have you ever wanted someone to address the toughest questions about faith, the ones that trip many? Lee Strobel's three DVD apologetics set dives deep into these three difficult topics in The Case for a Creator, The Case for Faith, and The Case for Christ, exploring evidence and the apologetics behind three of the most important parts of the Christian faith-- Creation, Cross, and the Christian walk.
The Case for a Creator
Based on Lee Strobel's book by the same name, The Case for a Creator explores the scientific evidence for the the Biblical Creation account. As a high school freshman Lee Strobel was convinced that Creation was all a big myth, that "modern"å? science had disproved it. In fact, he did not even believe God existed. Fast forward to 1980, Strobel, by then a successful journalist, had a wake up call when his wife became a Christian. Strobel began an intensive research project to uncover the truth about God. He started with science. The Case for a Creator grew out of that search, and in this documentary viewers will journey with Strobel as they hear his findings. As Lee Strobel interviews and discusses various topics with leading scientists, researchers, and scholars viewers will dive deep into biology, chemistry, astronomy, geology, physics, and more to discover what modern, 21st century science actually has to say about the Creation account found in Genesis.
The Case for Faith
For many individual, whether Christian or not, there are two big questions that are often stumbling blocks"ÌÒFor one, people wonder why the Bible claims that Jesus is the sole and only way to enter Heaven. The other question they ask is how an evil world of pain can co-exist with a supposedly loving God. Based on Lee Strobel's book by the same name The Case for Faith dives deep into these two questions. Legally trained investigative reporter, Lee Strobel, "investigates"å? these two emotional questions. Starting at the Bible, and including interviews with scholars, theologians, and ministry leaders such as N.T. Wright, Joni Eareckson Tada, Ben Witherington, Greg Koukl, and Rick Warren, Strobel passes beyond the "why?"å? in people's minds, and touches the questions in their hearts. For Christians The Case for Faith will strengthen their faith, and equip them with confidence to share their beliefs, for those attracted to Christianity, The Case for Faith will help answer some of the most difficult questions posed by many non-believers.
The Case for Christ
The center pinpoint of the Christian faith is the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Many believers, however, often wonder if there is evidence to back up their faith. Lee Strobel, an atheist at the time, once wondered the same thing, and his research on the topic makes up the film The Case for Christ which is based on his book by the same name. Lee Strobel investigates historical documents, the Bible, and interviews scholars from prestigious schools with degrees in philosophy, history, theology and more. The conclusion? There is indeed unshakable, undeniable, amazing proof for the life of Christ, the death of Christ, and the resurrection of Christ from sources outside the Bible that have been recognized by secular scholars for hundreds of years. The Case for Christ brings together and presents this evidence in an exciting documentary that will not only fascinate young and old alike, but will encourage and build your faith.
Lee Strobel-- The Man Behind The Films
His freshman year of high school the young Lee Strobel became convinced that Creation had been disproved, that God could not possibly exist, and that Christians were crazy. If there was a more "devout"å? atheist, he would have been impressed. He lived for years with the same belief, graduating from the University of Missouri with a degree in Journalism, and a Masters in Studies of Law from Yale Law School. He worked for many years as a successful, recognized journalist at The Chicago Tribune before he had to confront his beliefs head on. In 1980 Lee's wife, Leslie, became a Christian. Lee decided to start out on a massive "investigation"å?/ research project to see if Creation and Christianity actually had any evidence backing them up. Expecting to finish in a few weeks Lee's studies dragged on for years. What he discovered? That it would take more faith to stay an atheist than it would to become a Christian, because of all the evidence for Christ, Creation, and God. Wanting to share his discovery Lee Strobel wrote multiple books, three of which became the films The Case for a Creator, The Case for Faith, and The Case for Christ. In addition to his many books, Strobel also hosted a television program called "Faith Under Fire,"å? runs an apolgetics website, has been interviewed by many major TV networks, and appeared in the film from Pure Flix God's Not Dead 2.
This set of three documentaries exploring creation, faith, and Christ provides the perfect opportunity for discussion with you children, friends, or small group. Your faith will be strengthened, and you will be equipped to share your beliefs. In addition, The Case for a Creator, The Case for Faith, and The Case for Christ will challenge you to dive into God's word and the pages of history and science to discover what evidence you can find for your Heavenly Father.
The Case for a Creator, The Case for Faith, and The Case for Christ have not been rated by the Motion Picture Association of America, but all three films received the "family approved"å? award for all ages from the Dove Foundation. Some topics may be complex for younger viewers, but this set of DVDs is considered appropriate for most audiences. As always, however, it is recommend that parents preview all content to determine what is suitable for their children.
Each documentary is approximately one hour long, and includes a over an hour of combined bonus features.