Lee Strobel

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Ex-atheist Lee Strobel

Lee Patrick Strobel (born 25 January 1952) is a former legal reporter for the Chicago Tribune and a Christian author. The basis for his 1981 journey from atheism to Christianity is discussed in his bestselling book The Case For Christ (Zondervan, 1998). After his wife had converted to Christianity, Strobel set out to disprove the faith, and instead became convinced by the evidence for it. He has expanded on this with other similarly themed Christian apologetics books such as The Case For Faith and The Case For a Creator. He also hosted an interfaith debate show called Faith Under Fire.

In 2017, Strobel's book "The Case for Christ" was turned into a movie of the same name.[1] and received a "fresh" rating from Rotten Tomatoes.[2]

Strobel earned a Bachelor of Journalism degree in 1974 from the University of Missouri and a Master of Studies in Law degree in 1979 from Yale Law School.


  1. Julie Brown Patton (March 17, 2017). The Case For Christ: Atheist-Turned-Christian Lee Strobel's Book Premieres as New Movie. Gospel Herald. Retrieved on March 16, 2020.
  2. JB Cachila (April 19, 2017). 'The Case For Christ' Movie Gets 'Fresh' Rating From Rotten Tomatoes. The Christian Post. Retrieved on March 16, 2020.

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