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

Version: Unabridged
Author: Lee Strobel
Narrator: Lee Strobel
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Christianity
Publisher: Zondervan on Brilliance Audio
Published In: May 2017
# of Units: 12 CDs
Length: 11 hours
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Overview

"My road to atheism was paved by science... But, ironically, so was my later journey to God." --Lee Strobel

During his academic years, Lee Strobel became convinced that God was outmoded, a belief that colored his ensuing career as an award-winning journalist at the Chicago Tribune. Science had made the idea of a Creator irrelevant--or so Strobel thought.

But today science is pointing in a different direction. In recent years, 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.

Author Details

Author Details

Strobel, Lee

Lee Strobel (www.LeeStrobel.com), with a journalism degree from the University of Missouri and a Master of Studies in Law degree from Yale Law School, was the award-winning legal editor of the Chicago Tribune and a spiritual skeptic until 1981. His books include four Gold Medallion winners and the 2005 Christian Book of the Year (coauthored with Garry Poole). He and his wife live in Colorado.
Lee Strobel, ateo convertido a Cristo (www.LeeStrobel.com) ha sido pastor de dos de las iglesias mas grandes e influyentes de los Estados Unidos de America. Cuatro de sus libros han ganado el Medallo