The Case For Christmas
by
Lee Strobel

A Journalist Investigates the Identity of the Child in the Manger

A friend gave me a copy of The Case For Christmas by Lee Strobel about a week before Christmas but I never got the time to read it until mid January. Timing is everything.

I had previously read Lee Strobel’s The Case For Christ and The Case For Faith both of which I thoroughly enjoyed.

The Case for Christmas contains four chapters that are from the Case For Christ along with an introduction and conclusion. The four chapters are The Eyewitness Evidence, The Scientific Evidence, The Profile Evidence and The Fingerprint Evidence. These four chapters are very interesting and informative but if you have read The Case For Christ then you do not need to read the Case For Christmas. The introduction and conclusion are different and there is some additional information pertaining to Christmas but the new material is a small part of the book.

The Case For Christmas is under 100 pages and may be a good book for someone that doesn’t read a lot, especially someone that you would like to introduce Lee Strobel’s writing to.

All in all, if you want to read of Lee Stobel’s investigative style writing about Christ then take a look at The Case For Christ.



The Case For Christmas




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