Award-winning, investigative reporter, Lee Strobel (Mike Vogel), is exactly where he wants to be in his career: enjoying a recent promotion to legal editor at the Chicago Tribune. Unfortunately, life at home is not such smooth sailing, as Lee struggles to understand and accept his wife Leslie's (Erika Christensen's) sudden newfound faith in Christ. Utilising his journalistic and legal training, Lee decides to try and disprove the claims of Christianity in order to save his crumbling marriage, pitting his resolute atheism against Leslie's growing faith. Chasing down the biggest story of his career, Lee comes face-to-face with unexpected results that could change everything he knows to be true.
Weighty fare handled beautifully
- The Case for Christ review by TR
More of a TV movie style than a film, but they've taken a weighty topic and made a great success out of it. Erika Christensen and Mike Vogel give fantastic performances. There are a few too many conveniently-parallel storylines between religion and real life, but nothing that ain't believable.
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Had to give up
- The Case for Christ review by PJB
Sorry I had to give up watching this film as it did not have subtitles and I am hard of hearing. Poor show by the DVD distributors Kaleidoscope Home Ent. in this day and age. I shall in future, avoid their films.