Grand Rapids, Mich. : Zondervan, c2004.
340 p. : Notes, Acknow., Index.
Recent findings from the fields of astronomy, cosmology, biology, and biochemistry that provide convincing evidence for God Like many people, Lee Strobel traces his atheism to high school when he was taught that Darwinism explained the origin and development of life. He assumed there was no room for God in a modern, scientific mind. Strobel assumes the role of skeptic to investigate the latest scientific findings concerning creation. What he has found is that there has never been a time in history when the hard evidence of science was more confirmatory of belief in God than it is today. Instead of science and religion being at odds, many scientists are now driven to faith by their very work. ‘It is the atheist who has to maintain, by faith, despite all the evidence to the contrary, that the universe did not have a beginning a finite time ago.’ The Case for a Creator provides an ironclad apologetic affirming the Christian belief in God as Creator. Yet it is written in an open, accessible style that invites skeptics and seekers to take another look at the evidence for God.
Science vs. God? — Beginning with a bang : the evidence of cosmology — Exploring evolution : a new look at old ideas — The cosmos on a razor’s edge : the evidence of physics and astronomy — Mousetraps and molecular machines : the evidence of biochemistry — DNA and the origin of life : the evidence of biological information — Decision time : is there a case for a Creator?