The Case For a Creator: Student Edition {A review}

The student edition of Lee Strobel’s Case For A Creator is a small book, only  98 pages but don’t let its size fool you! With interviews with Jonathan Wells, Robin Collins, Michael Behe, and more, along with studies on Cosmology, Physics, Biochemistry, and Biological Information, this little book will lead you on a compelling adventure to unveil the truth about our universe. It’s challenging and well thought-out, with lists of resources and detailed notes. I highly recommend it to any junior high, high school, or college student who is looking for some earth shaking evidence.

A word of warning: Don’t try to read this after eight o’clock pm! The scientific proofs and interviews are mind-blowing during the day and mind-boggling at night.

Mr. Strobel also uses Scripture to back up his claims, which I appreciate. I like that the book is his journey from atheist to Christian, so most of it is showing you his attempts to disprove Intelligent Design–and it didn’t work.

So students, go pick up a copy! It seriously will amaze you!

(My 14 year old daughter read this book and this is her review of The Case For A Creator Student edition by Lee Strobel. You can find this at your local Christian bookstore or online retailers.)

We received a free copy of this book from Booklook Bloggers for the purpose of review. All opinions are our own.


One thought on “The Case For a Creator: Student Edition {A review}

  1. july says:

    I would like to ask what is the main difference of The Case of a Creator and the student edition version; or, stated differently, what are the key features of the student edition?

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