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Author Lee Strobel’s conversion story continues to transform lives, as the former atheist journalist-turned-apologist shares how he ironically found God after going on a quest to disprove the Bible.
Strobel, who was once the legal editor of the Chicago Tribune, set out on a complex and multifaceted quest in the early 1980s to disprove the Christian faith, recounting his story in the hit book “The Case for Christ.”
Now, Strobel’s journey as well as his conversion story is set to be told on the big screen, with a feature film hitting theaters across America next spring. The movie, also titled, “The Case for Christ,” stars Mike Vogel of “Bates Motel” and Erika Christensen from “Parenthood,” and will explore how Strobel abandoned his atheism and embraced the gospel.
The movie is “based on the true story of an award-winning investigative journalist — and avowed atheist — who applies his well-honed journalistic and legal skills to disprove the newfound Christian faith of his wife … with unexpected, life-altering results,” reads a description of the film.
Watch “The Case for Christ” trailer below: