The Case for Christ is a 1998 book by Lee Strobel. 20 years later, Josh McDowell drank the same water and wrote “The evidence for Christianity is like a tsunami”. It reads like the lyrics of a country song.
“I was mad at my father for beating my mother. I was angry at a man who worked on our farm and sexually abused me from ages 6 to 13. All of this led to me to really despise God, religion and anything to do with the church. I was the last person in the world who you would expect to become a Christian. When some young believing students at school challenged me to investigate the evidence for Christianity intellectually, I was shocked. Specifically, they challenged me to investigate the evidence for the resurrection. I thought it was joke. In fact, I thought it would be easy to marshal the evidence disproving the claims of Christ. Since I like a good challenge, I accepted their offer.”
Just another blindfolded hallucinating lunatic who found an invisible black cat, in a pitch-dark room, in a magical castle, in an enchanted forest. Another drunk who found God at the bottom of the religious bottle of delusion.
Josh McDowell is using domestic abuse and rape to justify going back to the bible. Maybe Josh McDowell’s mother didn’t submit to her husband as commanded in Ephesians 5:22 and Colossians 3:18. Should Josh McDowell be forced to marry his rapist as in Deuteronomy 22:28-29?
When will these idiots realize that a Christian was a follower of Serapis Christus, circa 315AD? When you follow the teachings of the apostle Paul, you are a Paulian, not a Christian. Damn idiots. Americans trying to prove the existence of Christ’s resurrection are people trying to find the gingerbread house from Hansel and Gretel, or the houses built by the 3 little pigs.