New York Times bestselling author Lee Strobel trains his investigative sights on the hot-button issue of whether itís credible to believe God intervenes supernaturally in peopleís lives today.
This provocative book starts with an unlikely interview in which Americaís foremost skeptic builds a seemingly persuasive case against the miraculous. But then Strobel travels the country to quiz scholars to see whether they can offer solid answers to atheist objections. Along the way, he encounters astounding accounts of healings and other phenomena that simply cannot be explained away by naturalistic causes. The book features the results of exclusive new scientific polling that shows miracle accounts are much more common than people think.
Whatís more, Strobel delves into the most controversial question of all: what about miracles that donít happen? If God can intervene in the world, why doesnít he do it more often to relieve suffering? Many American Christians are embarrassed by the supernatural, not wanting to look odd or extreme to their neighbors. Yet, The Case for Miracles shows not only that the miraculous is possible, but that God still does intervene in our world in awe-inspiring ways. Hereís a unique book that examines all sides of this issue and comes away with a passionate defense for Godís divine action in lives today.