Finding the Real Jesus: A Guide for Curious Christians and Skeptical Seekers
by Lee Strobel
A guide for curious Christians and skeptical seekers.
Paperback, 111 pages
Published February 1st 2009 by Zondervan Publishing Company
(first published December 1st 2008)
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'Finding the Real Jesus' is much in the same vein as Strobel's earlier work, 'The Case For Christ' (which I highly recommend reading prior to this). Here, Strobel presents five dubious portraits of Jesus which are propogated by pseudo-scholars such as Bart D. Erhman and John Dominic Crossan, History Channel documentaries, muslim apologists, and the like. One by one these misinformed and sensational theories of who Jesus "really" was - whether a Gnostic purveyor of secret knowledge, a false Messi...more
This is a short 100 page book that is very much like Strobel's famous The Case for Christ. Strobel poses five questions that skeptics raise and then gets top theologians to provide us with answers. Strobel is a former attorney and you can tell the way he writes since it reads like a brief. I always enjoy his books. If you have questions about Jesus give it a look.
This is a good small book not different from his earlier in-depth book 'The case for the Real Jesus'. Even then it is a good book to read and really helps anyone interested in knowing the Facts regarding the Bible and the Historical Jesus.