In The Case for Grace, bestselling author Lee Strobel crafts a compelling and highly personal case for God, focusing on God's transforming work in the lives of men and women today.
In this book, 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.
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.
Through it all, you will be encouraged as you see how God’s grace can revolutionize your eternity and relationships . . . starting today.
Also available: The Case for Grace Spanish edition, kids' edition, and student edition. Plus, be sure to check out Lee Strobel's entire collection of Case for... books:
The Case for Christ investigates the historical evidence for JesusThe Case for a Creator explores the scientific evidence for GodThe Case for Faith responds to eight major objections about Christianity . . . and more!
Everyone has a story, and bestselling author Strobel (The Case for Christ) uses his skills as a journalist to describe individual quests for grace as well as his own personal journey. Strobel wrote the previous books in his The Case For series as an evangelical apologist, but this time he takes the role of seeker of grace. He introduces seven people: an abused orphan in South Korea who came to understand God's grace through her adoptive father's love; a drug-addicted teenager who found grace by helping the downtrodden in Las Vegas; a pastor who experienced grace in forgiveness; an evangelist's prodigal son whose life is changed by repentance and its grace; a professor who researched his way from agnosticism to belief; a homeless man who found grace through a singular caring hug he received; and a survivor of the Cambodian genocide who came to know grace by forgiving the person who tortured and killed his family. Strobel's own story involves a cold-hearted father, a confused young man, and the grace found in the author's own transformation. This eloquent and honest book should appeal to those who have found grace, as well as those seeking it.