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In What Jesus Would Say, Lee Strobel helps us to see well-known personalities as Jesus might see them. Through many people like Rush Limbaugh, Bill Clinton, Murphy Brown, and Michael Jordan, Strobel introduces us to the God of hope, the God of the second chance. What Jesus Would Say takes on topics like success, sexuality, skepticism, forgiveness, prayer, and leadership with firm, biblically based concepts. In his often surprising look into the lives of famous people, Strobel shares encouraging and inspiring ideas that apply to our own lives as well. What would Jesus say to today's headline makers ...and to you?
Lee Strobel, educated at Yale Law School, was the award-winning legal editor of the Chicago Tribune and a spiritual skeptic until 1981. A former teaching pastor at two of America's largest churches, he and his wife live in California. Lee Strobel, un ex ateo, ostenta una maestria en estudio legales de la Facultad de Leyes de Yale y fue premiado como editor legal del Chicago Tribune. En la actualidad, sirve como pastor en la ensnanza de la iglesia Saddleback Valley Community en el condado de Orange, California, y es miembro de la junta directiva de la Asociacion Willow Creek. Es autor de varios libros, incluyendo el exito de libreria "El Caso de Cristo."