I enjoy Christian attempts at religious satire.
Lee Strobel, the one-time atheist and junior reporter who has made a career of applying journalistic techniques to biblical questions, has penned his 40th book with the word "Case" in the title.
I felt that after all these years I needed to make the case why my Case books are still relevant," he says of his new book, The Case for Another One of My Case Books.
Strobel’s new Case book spends a chapter rehashing the points made in previous Case books, including The Case for Christ, The Case for Faith, The Case for Christmas, The Case for St. Patrick’s Day, The Case for Mary, The Case for Those Weird Passages in Daniel, The Case for Sending the Strobel Grandkids to College on This Book’s Royalties, and The Case for Everything Else in the Bible That I Missed Before.
"It’s about freshening up the franchise and reminding people why it works," Strobel says. "In case they had forgotten."
Incidentally, I emailed a list of your questions to Lee and we’ve been in contact. He still says he’ll answer them, but his schedule’s been really hectic. Hopefully, we’ll get his answers soon.