Read The Case for Grace: A Journalist Explores the Evidence of Transformed Lives Online Free - The Case for a Creator explored the scientific evidence for God;
The Case for Christ investigated the historical evidence for Jesus;
The Case for Faith responded to eight major objections about Christianity;
The Case for The Real Jesus refuted the current challenges to the Bible and Christ …
Now, in The Case for Grace, Lee Strobel crafts a compelling and highly personal experiential case for God, focusing on God’s transforming work in the lives of men and women today.
Writing with unusual candor, Lee draws upon his own journey from atheism to Christianity to explore the depth and breadth of God’s redeeming love for spiritually wayward people. He travels thousands of miles to capture the inspiring stories of everyday people whose values have been radically changed and who have discovered the “how” and “why” behind God’s amazing grace. You’ll encounter racists, addicts, and even murderers who have found new hope and purpose. You’ll meet once-bitter people who have received God’s power to forgive those who have harmed them—and, equally amazing, people mired in guilt who have discovered that they can even forgive themselves.
Through it all, you will be encouraged as you see how God’s grace can revolutionize your eternity and relationships… starting today.
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April 30, 2016
Powerful read! Not a doctrinal book or theological book about grace. This is a book of stories of God's grace at work in the lives of people. These stories gripped me in an unbelievable way. The style with which Strobel weaves his own journey of God's grace along with about eight other stories is...
December 24, 2014
Grace is probably the most misunderstood word because it is can be difficult to grasp the full beauty of grace in action. Grace can be turned into cheap grace, where we trample on what Christ did for us by taking sin lightly or take the grace from God but do not extend it to others. In turn, this...
March 01, 2017
This book made me so much more aware of Gods grace and how lucky we are to have it. Sometimes it is easy to take His grace for granted when the world is not falling apart around you, as it did in most of the stories within. I am determined not to take it for granted anymore.
The stories within thi...
November 07, 2017
I highly recommend asking yourself what the term grace means to you. I was in a bible study and we were talking about grace when I realized (or, more likely God shone His light of truth into my heart) that I was using the term and really wasn't absorbing it. I was bandying it about like something...
February 28, 2015
Grace is one of those concepts that is both easy and intricately complicated at the same time, so Lee Strobel's ability to examine all the different facets of grace (including some I'd not considered) by bringing in stories of God's awesome grace in people's lives and presenting them all in a cle...
April 19, 2015
Grace is something I have struggled with to understand. Growing up Christian, it wasn't a concept that was explained or taught to me. Lee Strobel does a great job of showing examples of it and helping one to accept it. What a wonderful gift it is!
June 26, 2015
WOW! Strobel has done it--again!!! He has a special gift to communicate some very important things to the world regarding the most important issues in life. This time, its GRACE!
Strobel includes various quotes from authors who wrote specifically on the topic of grace. In short, he says, g...
April 17, 2015
Today is Good Friday, and I find it apt to write this review for this book. Lee Strobel has added one more book to his “The Case for …” series. This time, he examines the case of how people’s lives has changed due to the grace God has for them.
Similar to the books within this series, Strobel inte...
February 20, 2017
I appreciate this book for its good writing craft and emotional qualities. When it comes to intellectual content, however; evidence, arguments and rational discourse, no such things are included. At the onset, the author's definition of grace presupposes the Christian God and the idea of original...
April 24, 2015
Grace, I've come to believe can not be described. Like the limitations of physics where we can only know space or time of an atom, so grace is inexorable.
Strobel brings forth an incredible array of anecdotes and stores to exemplify and encapsulate a part of grace. Some are typical...