• The Case for Heaven (and Hell): Audio Bible Studies

  • A Journalist Investigates Evidence for Life After Death
  • By: Lee Strobel
  • Narrated by: Lee Strobel
  • Length: 1 hr and 53 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (20 ratings)

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The Bible Study Source series provides a unique audio learning experience. Unlike a traditional audiobook's direct narration of a book's text, The Case for Heaven (and Hell) includes high-quality live audio sessions from the author that cover this important Bible-based topic. These sessions will reflect the ambiance of the unique recording locations, immersing the listener into the teaching.

Is there convincing evidence for eternal life after death? If so, what will our experience be like? What will it be like to see God face to face?

In this five-session small-group study, Lee Strobel - journalist and award-winning author of The Case for Christ - turns his talent for investigation on the biblical and logical case for an afterlife.

The reality of death shapes our lives and faith. Most of us fear it or try not to think about it, regardless of whether we believe in eternal life or not. Lee - whose rigorous faith has been shaped by his past as an atheist - first considers his old unbelief: that we have only one life and when we die, we cease to exist. What evidence is there to suggest otherwise?  

Based on his interviews with leading Christian philosophers, scientists, and theologians, Strobel unfolds the strongest arguments for belief in Heaven, Hell, and a glimpse into what these places will be like.

Along the way, he explores common topics related to immortality, such as angels, Satan and demons, the reincarnation of the body, and doctrines like salvation through Christ alone.

Journey with Lee Strobel in this exploration of Heaven, and be drawn into a deeper understanding of the rationality and final hope of Christian beliefs.

©2021 Lee Strobel (P)2021 Zondervan

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🤯 MIND BLOWN!!!

After fully Listening to the full audiobook I am a changed person not only because I believe what the author is talking about but because I paid attention to every story in the book there were a lot of things that I never thought were real or that I would ever think to believe were true but now thanks to The Case for Heaven, I know there is life after death and we will all rejoice in the presence of God!

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  • 11-16-21

Underwhelmed on an important and controversial topic

I found this book to be deliberately light on depth and pandering to an evangelical/fundamentalist base, some of whom are happy to take their leaders interpretation at face value. This topic needs far more critical and academic rigour, as a lot more attention and nuance has been applied over recent years. Those reading this book need to expand their reading to take into account other views before settling on this as a cut and dry issue. For instance, he claims CS Lewis as a proponent of his views, when CS Lewis was far from sure of his position on Hell towards the end of his life than he was earlier on in his writings. I was hoping for more.