Lee Strobel, educated at Yale Law School, was the award-winning legal editor of the Chicago Tribune and a spiritual skeptic until 1981. A former teaching pastor at two of America's largest churches, he and his wife live in California. Lee Strobel, un ex ateo, ostenta una maestria en estudio legales de la Facultad de Leyes de Yale y fue premiado como editor legal del Chicago Tribune. En la actualidad, sirve como pastor en la ensnanza de la iglesia Saddleback Valley Community en el condado de Orange, California, y es miembro de la junta directiva de la Asociacion Willow Creek. Es autor de varios libros, incluyendo el exito de libreria "El Caso de Cristo." Jane Vogel, a writer who has been involved in youth ministry for twenty years, wrote The Case for Christ - Student Edition and The Case for Faith - Student Edition with Lee Strobel. She lives with her husband, Steve, and their two children in Winfield, Illinois.
"...Strobel exposes the shortcomings of Darwin's theory of evolution quite effectively...Strobel insists that with a fresh examination of the evidence which science now presents, Darwin's theory of evolution is no longer reasonable. There are too many gaps, unexplained hypotheses and conceptual flaws...This is an excellent book for those who wish to think seriously through the theory of evolution, and for those who continue to wrestle with Christianity's claims for a creator God. It is well written, the documentation is verifiable and Strobel's skills as a journalist and lawyer are self-evident in the book's composition..." * Christian Week -- Prince George, B.C. * Christian Week -- Prince George, B.C. ...While the subject matter is complicated and 'heavy in the head,' Strobel presents the information in a highly fluid, conversational manner. While science may not have discovered God, he finds that science is giving faith an immense boost as new findings emerge about the incredible complexity of the universe." Carroll County News -- Alan Long (CNN Faith Editor