My world is somewhat complete again: I now possess my very own "Lee Strobel" series. The Case for a Creator was pivotal in having a very dear friend consider that God really DOES exist! This dvd and The Case for Faith were loaned to us at a critical time when my agnostic friend was searching for spiritual answers, facing his impending death. The "Creator" dvd was an awakening, seemingly because it encompassed much scientific research and made the whole concept attractive to a current non-believer. I never tire of watching it. To be truthful, the other two dvds in the series weren't as compelling. They are both very well-done, in true Lee Strobel style, and the experts interviewed illustrated their beliefs well. The catch in both the "Faith" and "Christ" stories seems to be that to be able to accept their wisdom, observations and opinions, you have to have a basic belief in Scripture to start with. There seems to be a thread of "this is true because the Bible says it's true...look at how Paul described this, or how Jesus referred to that." A skeptic has a lot of steps to take before buying into the logic presented in the dvds. I still watch them, still value them and think they're very well produced, but I'm coming from a perspective of a committed Christian faith. Someone still undecided may have more difficulty following the rationale.