posted on Jun, 30 2004 @ 01:13 PM
I have my BA in Anthropology, so "naturally" I subscribe to a belief in evolution. I work with a very devout Christian, and she approached me the
other day about my faith. I told her I'm "soul-searching" (Isn't that a classic line?!
I don't have any solid beliefs in faith and in truth, I am kind of searching around. Well, I saw it comnig from a mile away, but she asked me
"Would you like to know about the Truth?" I wanted to roll my eyes so bad and sarcastically exlaim "OMG, Yes! Tell me now and save my
She's such a nice person tho, and I caved in and said I would read this book of hers for her. So she hands me "The Case for Faith" by Lee Strobel
earlier this afternoon. Now I've heard his name tossed around before, and hey, he looks like a nice enough guy, right?
Before I get too far in this book...
...I was wondering what kind of comments are to be had on this man and his work. I don't want to be bias
but as you can tell, I'm kinda already sharpening one edge of my knife with regards to my general opinion of the Christian faith.
[edit on 6/30/2004 by EnronOutrunHomerun]
[Edited on 7/1/2004 by EnronOutrunHomerun]