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Case for Faith [Import]

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  • Format: Dolby, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • Release Date: Sept. 2 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B001B18770
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I purchased The Case for Faith with the thought of using it for a small group discussion. The DVD is described as having 6 sessions, so I thought we'd have 6 topics. In reality, there are 6 DVD chapters, but in fact only 2 topics. These are the chapters:
1. "Introduction". In it, Lee Strobel raises all kinds of questions with regard to the objective evidence for belief in God and explains how he set out to seek answers.
2. "Charles Templeton". This is an account of Lee Strobel's meeting with Templeton who turned from being a famous evangelist to becoming an atheist. Here came my surprise and disappointment: the scope of the search for answers is limited to only two questions (important as they are):
3. "Why is Jesus the only way to God?" -- rather well done.
4. "Evil and suffering" -- also rather well done.
5. "Templeton reprise". This is a short epilogue concerning a letter Strobel wrote to Templeton.
6. The sixth "session" is in fact the credits!
Verdict: The two topics that are treated are useful. The book of the same title is more comprehensive with its 8 topics. The featurettes "dealing with doubt" and "the least of these" are EXCELLENT, but aimed at believers, not apologetical. Very worthwhile.
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I loved it! It was very detailed and informative!
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HASH(0x9fc51bf4) out of 5 stars Exceptional Oct. 1 2008
By Paul Halupa - Published on
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In a world gone mad with spin, slant, subterfuge, and political correctness of all kinds in all fields, THE CASE FOR FAITH, breaks all molds, taking on Christianity's biggest questions and thorniest challenges with fearless
honesty and sublime humility. It is, I believe, the most honest, most courageous Christian film ever made, bracing in its aspiration and moving in its conclusions. Lee Strobel is obviously a thinker, but he is foremost a seeker of truth, and in this film Lee Strobel, while obviously a proponent of "faith in Christ," dodges nothing. This DVD stirs the mind and touches the heart. If you are not satisfied with cheap answers, superficial dogma, and peripheral paradigms of faith, if you want to get right at the heart of the faith journey, even to places where knotty questions vex and suffering swells, this film takes you there. This film drives straight into the Faith's darkest tunnels and leads the traveler to the other side, bathed in new light and new hope.
19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb337ae54) out of 5 stars Excellent presentation of the case for faith! Oct. 7 2008
By Dennis L. Wayman - Published on
Format: DVD
4 Stars - Uplifting

The visual presentation of Lee Strobel's book "The Case For Faith" is compelling. As a follow-up volume from his first book, The Case For Christ, the award-winning journalist applies his investigative skills once again to the questions of Christian beliefs by taking on the doubts that inevitably plague the thoughtful believer.

Using the loss of faith of Charles Templeton as a model for the way doubt can capture the mind, Strobel questions this personal friend and contemporary of Billy Graham. Noting that he was one of the greatest evangelists during the 1940's, Templeton explains in his own words the two doubts that cost him his faith. The first is what he calls "the insufferable claim that Jesus is the only true way to God" and the second is the problem of believing in a good God when the world is full of suffering.

Further researching the question of what are the most common doubts that disturb Christians, Strobel finds that these issues are not unique to Templeton. Both are common not only to current Christians but are also found in the writings of major theologians of the past, including St. Augustine who lived in the 4th century. Quoting Augustine, he expresses the second doubt in this way: "If there is no God, why is there so much good? If there is a God, why is there so much evil?"

In presenting the best answers to the "problem of evil" and the universal experience of suffering, Strobel takes us to conversations with leading theologians alive today as well as to some of the best Christian writers, such as C.S. Lewis. The list of scholars includes N.T. Wright, Bishop of Durham, England, Craig Hazen of Biola University, Gregory Koul, author of Stand to Reason, J.P. Moreland of Talbot School of Theology and Ben Witherington of Asbury Theological Seminary. Additionally, Joni Eareckson Tada presents her own experience as a person living with suffering and experiencing God's larger purposes working through her and her disability as a quadriplegic person. The final representative is Pastor Rick Warren of Saddleback Church who provides a pastoral presence.

This documentary blends scripture throughout the study and honors the intellectual difficulty of answering these questions. Struggling with doubt is part of the nature of faith and the film neither shies away from the questions nor assumes that every person will find the answers satisfying. Explaining that he sent a copy of the manuscript to Templeton shortly before his death in 2001, Strobel recognizes that he may not have found his way back to the Jesus who Templeton honestly admits he misses.

The thoughtful presentation of the questions and answers of common doubts results in a film that is worthy of both the believer's and the skeptic's time and consideration. It is only available on DVD.


1. The claim by Jesus that He is "the way, the truth and the life" and that "no one comes to the Father except by Me" is seen by Christians as a statement of fact. Therefore, it is not seen as an exclusive claim but a truthful explanation. What do you believe about this statement? What study have you done to support your belief?

2. The explanation that God must allow human freedom because without it, love is not possible also explains what happens when some humans choose to not love but rather to harm: people suffer. This "evil", which is the inversion of the word "live", is therefore only the misuse of human freedom and an inversion of the purpose of the lives we live. Does this answer satisfy you or not? If not, what is a more satisfying explanation to you for the suffering in our world?

3. The respect that Strobel shows Templeton is how Christians should treat all people with or without honest doubts. Do you believe this is the common way that Christians treat others? Why do you answer as you do?
Cinema In Focus is a social and spiritual movie commentary. Hal Conklin is former mayor of Santa Barbara and Denny Wayman is pastor of the Free Methodist Church. [...]
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HASH(0xa0283294) out of 5 stars The Case For Faith Oct. 17 2008
By Debra E. Moss - Published on
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Well worth the purchase price. Informative, well researched, well narrated. I found it reassuring and uplifting.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa3017bac) out of 5 stars A Must See for believers and unbelievers alike Oct. 18 2008
By savvyconsumer - Published on
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This DVD was the best of Lee Strobel's cinematic efforts to date. It covers the difficult-to-articulate subject of FAITH. For those of us who are believer's, we know faith is a gift from God, and cannot be obtained through works, through mere intellectual pursuit, through studying philosophy or science. The makers of this film pace the viewer through well-reasoned and well-articulated explanations about Christian faith, how Christian faith is based on the person, Jesus Christ, and not a philosophy of living. The believer's hope is therefore rooted in a historical person, who suffered as we do, and is the only one qualified to rescue us from a world bent on self-destructive rebellion against the purposes of God.
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HASH(0x9fbc1e94) out of 5 stars Amazing Answers to the Toughest Questions Oct. 4 2008
By Art Battson - Published on
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Don't even think about buying another book or DVD until you get your hands on "The Case for Faith." It is the best investment you could possibly make.

The Association of Christian Faculty at the University of California at Santa Barbara will be using all three of Lee Strobel's DVDs this year to lead discussions in lecture halls, dorms, and departmental conference rooms in making the case for the Creator, the case for faith, and the case for Christ. The DVDs are that good. They will inspire Christians and give them solid reasons for their faith. They will also give skeptics good reasons to be skeptical of their skepticism.

"Case for Faith" is phenomenal. Now stop reading and go buy it.