Book Review: The Case for Hope: Looking ahead with confidence and courage, by Lee Strobel
If you are looking for a gift for a friend who might be seeking God, the consider giving The Case for Hope. While Strobel’s previous books are longer and more scholarly, this one is shorter and more personal. Filled with biblical principles and stories of transformed lives, it aims to help people find hope that lasts.
The chapter titles give a fitting overview and summary of the content of the book.
- Finding hope in a hopeless world.
- The source of real hope
- Hope of a transformed life
- Hope for today … and tomorrow
- Hope that transcends doubt
- The hope of heaven
- Hope for every person
The back of the book contains a 30-day journey of hope, a series of short devotional thoughts that provide additional insights to point a seeker in the right direction.
The book is beautifully crafted, well-written, and easy to read and understand. It would be a fitting gift or stocking stuffer for someone who is seeking God.
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