You can believe because of the evidence, not in spite of it. For the first 35 years of his life, J. Warner Wallace was a devout atheist. After all, how can you believe a claim made about an event in the distant past for which there is little forensic evidence? Then Wallace realized something. Christianity was a lot like the cold cases he solved as a homicide detective - cold cases that turned out to have enough evidence, eyewitnesses, and records to solve. When Wallace applied his skills as an expert detective to the assertions of the New Testament, he came to a startling realization: the case for Christianity was as convincing as any case he'd ever worked as a detective.
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An OK apologetics book
Having just read "The Case for Christ" by Lee Strobel, I found this to be much the same. J Warner Wallace takes a similar approach to Lee Strobel in answering questions around the bible story. The book mainly focuses on investigating the authenticity of the accounts given in the New Testament.
If they were avid apologetics readers it is a fine book, but if they want a single book to help them respond to common attacks against Christianity, this book isn't it. I would even recommend "The Case for Christ" before this on.
- Zachary Cardoza