The Case for a Creator: A Journalist Investigates Scientific Evidence That Points Toward God

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In this New York Times bestselling book, award-winning Chicago Tribune journalist Lee Strobel investigates and unpacks the scientific evidence that points toward God.

"My road to atheism was paved by science . . . but, ironically, so was my later journey to God," Strobel says.

During his academic years, Lee Strobel became convinced that God was obsolete, a belief that colored his journalism career. Science had made the idea of a Creator irrelevant - or so Strobel thought.

But today science points in a different direction. A diverse and impressive body of research has increasingly supported the conclusion that the universe was intelligently designed. At the same time, Darwinism has faltered in the face of concrete facts and hard reason. Has science discovered God? At the very least, it's giving faith an immense boost, as new findings emerge about the incredible complexity of our universe.

Join Strobel as he reexamines the theories that once led him away from God. Through his compelling and highly readable account, you’ll encounter the mind-stretching discoveries from cosmology, cellular biology, DNA research, astronomy, physics, and human consciousness that present astonishing evidence in The Case for a Creator.

Also available: The Case for a Creator small group video study and study guide, Spanish edition, kids' edition, student edition, and more.

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Zondervan
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Published on
May 18, 2009
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Pages
352
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ISBN
9780310565697
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Language
English
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Genres
Religion / Biblical Studies / Jesus, the Gospels & Acts
Religion / Christian Life / Spiritual Growth
Religion / Christian Theology / Apologetics
Religion / Religion & Science
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