I thought that The Case For Christ by Lee Strobel was an excellent book. I learned a lot of new things about my faith that I had not previously known. It also answered some questions I had wondered about. His words were precise and he had an extensive vocabulary. The case for Christ was quite an astounding one, and I think he did a really great job of it. He made a lot of fuzzy things clear by speaking to a variety of people. I also think it's amazing that he was an atheist turned Christian. I found the section on how Christ died physically very interesting, I never knew the nails went through his wrists. It was pleasing to the heart, but it was also intellectually stimulating. It was a great book and I'd reccomend it to anyone, and I can't wait to start reading The Case For Faith! But I was wondering what everyone else's thoughts were on it... has anyone else read it?