Stobel, a journalist and Harvard Law School graduate, was the legal affairs editor at the Chicago Tribune in the 1980s when he attempted to disprove the existence of God. Instead, deep research into Christianity resulted in Stobel converting and becoming a Christian apologist. He is the author of several books, including “The Case for Christ.”
On April 7, “The Case for Christ,” a film based on Strobel’s book, will be released from Pure Flix and Triple Horse Studios.
The Gospel Herald asked Strobel about his thoughts on the film. An excerpt:
GH: You wrote “The Case for Christ” several years ago, and it’s been read by millions. Why did you finally decide to create a film based on your story?
LS: I think there…
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