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by Alex Murashko
Lee Strobel, who wrote a best-selling book about his research into Jesus and how in the process of writing the book he was transformed from a skeptical legal beat journalist and atheist to a believer, said he is confident that the upcoming “The Case For Christ” movie (based on the book) will be a useful tool for churches.
“One pastor who saw the film (at a pre-screening…movie opens April 7) said it’s the greatest outreach movie of our generation. That might be an exaggeration, but I am convinced this film can be a great tool for churches to reach their communities for Christ this Easter season,” shared Strobel recently with Together LA. “I’m hoping churches will buy out theaters or blocks of tickets, challenge their congregation to invite their friends, and then encourage everyone to come back for Easter services at the church. That’s great spiritual synergy!”
Mike Vogel plays Lee Strobel in “The Case For Christ.” Vogel’s credits include films and television series The Help, The Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants, Poseidon, Cloverfield, and Under The Dome…
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