By Lee Strobel
Strobel, an atheist-turned-Christian, is the former award-winning legal editor of the Chicago Tribune, and is a New York Times best-selling author of over forty books. As an atheist, he began an extensive research project on the validity of Christianity. Because of his research, he has spent his life sharing the proof Christ.
In The Case for Grace, Strobel defines, through real-life stories, true grace. He reassures us, no matter our sins or backgrounds, we can receive and give grace.
If you have a tendency to be judgmental of yourself or others, read this book.