Investigating Faith

Seeking Truth. Finding God. Telling Everyone.

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About

Atheist-turned-Christian Lee Strobel is the former award-winning legal editor of The Chicago Tribune and best-selling author of more than twenty books. His classic, The Case for Christ, is a perennial favorite which details his conversion to Christianity.

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Books

From the acclaimed The Case for Christ to the encouraging How to Survive a Spiritual Mismatch in Marriage to the recent Nonfiction Book of the Year, The Case for Grace, Lee's books equip and encourage believers while respectfully challenging skeptics..

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Speaking

Lee is a dynamic, personable speaker whose passion is most evident when he's face-to-face with people who are seeking truth. If you would like to inquire about bringing Lee to your church, conference, or fundraiser, please submit your request here.

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Lee Strobel Lee Strobel @LeeStrobel RT @drock2385: We can use sources to prove the existence of Jesus that have no sympathy towards Ch'y. - @LeeStrobel https://t.co/HUhlMdzmeN 2 hours ago
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Lee Strobel Lee Strobel @LeeStrobel Jan. 20, 1980: My spiritual journey starts in a church meeting in a movie theater. April 7, 2017: my story comes to movie theaters. 7 hours ago
Lee Strobel Lee Strobel @LeeStrobel Thanks so much! https://t.co/I5OakQihHB 8 hours ago
Lee Strobel Lee Strobel @LeeStrobel @MrSquirrel70 it’s new title for “The Case for the Real Jesus.” 16 hours ago
Lee Strobel Lee Strobel @LeeStrobel RT @alvinreid: The gospel changes everything: spiritually yes, but also physically, emotionally, relationally, vocationally, intellectually. 22 hours ago
Lee Strobel
Follower of Jesus. Author of 20+ books, including The Case for Christ. Professor at Houston Baptist University & teaching pastor at Woodlands Church.
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"...Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have...." 1 Peter 3:15