Lee Strobel Interview

Lee Strobel, former legal editor of the Chicago Tribune, recounted his spiritual journey from atheism to faith in a New York Times bestseller which has become a Christian classic: The Case for Christ: A Journalist’s Personal Investigation of the Evidence for Jesus (Zondervan).

A revised and updated paperback edition is now available. A film based on the book is in production and will release in theaters nationwide in March 2017. ConversantLife interviewed Stobel by phone from his home in Houston, where he serves as Professor of Christian thought at Houston Baptist University.

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Lee Strobel on Grace (Part 2)

The Case for Grace Is bestselling author Lee Strobel's most personal and, arguably, his most powerful book to date. In it he shares his personal transformation alongside seven real-life tales of men and women whose lives have been transformed by God's grace.

In a telephone interview with the editors of ConversantLife.com, Lee shared how the stories he chose for the book reflect his own lifelong quest for grace.

Did your own experiences with God’s grace help you choose the kind of people you wanted to interview, so you could show the different shades of grace?

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The Ambition - A Novel

My father, Lee Strobel, has just released his first novel The Ambition (Zondervan). He has been talking for several years about weaving some of his experiences as a journalist and legal editor into a novel set in Chicago, and after a while, he finally has. The book has received fantastic reviews, so if you are looking for a fun read with murder, the mob, and a pastor looking to establish himself in the secular world, you should definitely check it out. Also, The Ambition would make a great Father's Day gift if you have a dad who enjoys thrillers!

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