Item description for The Case for a Creator by Lee Strobel & Lad Allen...
Overview In this remarkable program, award-winning journalist Lee Strobel interviews scientists and Christians scholars about the existence of God. With his characteristic style Strobel explores this complex topic, uncovering science's latest researches. This 60-minutes film features outstanding computer animation. It also includes 40 minutes of bonus features. The Case for a Creator will provide you with convincing answers to questions about our faith.
Publishers Description A remarkable film about Lee Strobel's journey from spiritual skepticism to a profound faith in the God.
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Actors: Lee Strobel
Directors: Lad Allen
Format: Color, DVD, NTSC
Region Code: 0
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Studio: Illustra Media
Running Time: 60.00 minutes
Record Label Illustra Media
Format Color / DVD / NTSC
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.52" Width: 5.38" Height: 0.58" Weight: 0.21 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Release Date Aug 1, 2007
Publisher RANDOLF PRODUCTIONS
ISBN 5557582983 ISBN13 9785557582988 UPC 804671071396
Availability 0 units.
More About Lee Strobel & Lad Allen
Lee Strobel was the award-winning legal editor of The Chicago Tribune and is the best-selling author of The Case for Faith, The Case for Christ, and The Case for a Creator, all of which have been made into documentaries by Lionsgate. With a journalism degree from the University of Missouri and a Master of Studies in Law degree from Yale, Lee wrote 3 Gold Medallion winners and the 2005 Book of the Year with Gary Poole. He and his wife live in Colorado. Visit Lee's website at: www.leestrobel.com.
Lee Strobel currently resides in West Dundee, in the state of Illinois. Lee Strobel was born in 1952.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Case For A Creator?
Incredible Feb 13, 2007
Great investigative writer, intriguing topic in DVD format, highly suggested for intellegent, open minded adults and teens.
Thought Provoking and Personal Dec 7, 2006
This video has some overlap with the other excellent videos from Illustra Media, "The Privileged Planet" and "The Mystery of Life". This video is different because of the personal story of Lee Strobel, former atheist and writer for the Chicago Tribune. It starts with Lee's decision for atheism finallized by the Miller experiment in which amino acids were created in a lab. In a section called "the Negative Evidence", Lee debunks this and other faulty experiments and evidences that appear to support Darwinism. Lee finds that the reasons that he became an atheist do not stand on a solid foundation.
Then he takes a look at the "Positive Evidence", which is used in the Intelligent Design argument to indicate the necessity for a cosmic designer. One memorable example is an illustration that has a ruler spanning the length of the universe. The claim is that atomic gravity is set with such precision that if it were to strengthen or weaken one inch on this ruler (comparing length of the ruler to strength of gravity), the atom would either collapse on itself or split apart. So what made physics like named in this example, so precise? These arguments need more expansion and examination before they can be brought to conclusion. Lee includes the best argument to date for design, which appears to be the existence of cellular function, complexity, specificity and irreducible complexity. (To those unfamiliar with these terms, this video has an introductory use of most of them)
Overall, it is a little less technical that Illustra's other films, but its purpose is to delve into the human side via personal story. Lee Strobel concludes with how these findings in science are significant to each one of us.
Not quite bulletproof apologetics. Oct 14, 2006
I just watched Lee Strobel's The Case for a Creator DVD. Right off the bat, he doesn't have a sufficient apologetic paradigm. He argues that amino acids couldn't have formed because of the disputed constituents of the "primordial soup." So what if they can create acids in a laboratory, let them create salts for all I care. The question is life, which is supernatural, not matter which is natural. Can they make a conscious observer? Strobel is playing their game on their rules. With the ammo he's loading, I could play devil's advocate and win the debate. I appreciate his motives, but I would recommend Unlocking the Mysteries of Life instead. It is documentary with airtight molecular evidence refuting evolution.