Lee Strobel offers another great apologetics introductory work in The Case for Faith. Throughout the course of providing answers to several questions about Christian faith, he interviews great Christian scholars including Peter Creeft, William Lane Craig, Walter Bradley, Norman Geisler, Ravi Zacharias, J.P. Moreland, John Woodbridge, and Lynn Anderson. Strobel addresses a variety of issues throughout the book such as Christian exclusivism, the problem of evil, the problem of Hell, and the problem of miracles.
As in his other works, Strobel is extremely readable. The book is set up so that Strobel plays the devil’s advocate, asking skeptical questions of the Christian interviewees concerning the issues. Additionally, he provides interesting stories at the beginning of each chapter to introduce the issue and engage the reader. When it comes to reading enjoyability, Strobel may be unmatched in Christian apologetics.
The obvious drawback of a conversational style and broad scope is that the issues are not explored quite as in-depth as book devoted to a single topic. Nevertheless, Strobel provides recommended further reading, so that anyone interested in the issues can consult other works for a more detailed treatment. Thus, The Case for Faith is a valuable resource for almost anybody.