Believer or non believer? This book is a must read. You have to think and it makes you want to read other sources confirming what you have read and already believe. If you make statements about your belief without really looking into why you believe, how honest is that? This book has made a difference in my Christian life and will make a difference in yours. Loved the book and will re-listen and re-read over again and again.
Narrator's voice depiction of persons interviewed made them sound smug, self absorbed and like the snooty crowd out east. His accent and fast cadence of others was equally off, unbelievable, and distracting. He thrust himself into the story rather than speaking in a more normal voice and taking a back seat to the story. Reminded me of an old time vaudevillian over doing the telling of a story.
I am a huge fan of this book, not only for the facinating way the author presents the information on his journey to find answers about Christ, but the narration of the audiobook was wonderful! I can listen to Mr. Fredricks book after book. The way he voices each character keeps the story flowing without ever wondering who is speaking. I love the way Mr. Strobel uses court cases for the starting point of each of his arguments in "The Case for Christ". I would highly recommend this book to all apologetics and also to those who need evidence of the deity of Jesus Christ.
I love this book. I was already a believer in Jesus Christ as my Lord and Savior prior to listening to this book and this book brought me to tears numerous times. I highly recommend it to the Christian and non-believer alike.
Probably not, unless it was for my pastor. I listened to it on a long drive, thinking it was going to keep me awake, but it was hard to concentrate and keep up with him.