In Searching for God, leading Christian apologists such as Lee Strobel, J. Warner Wallace, and William Lane Craig examine commonly held beliefs about religion and offer enduring, persuasive reasons to trust in the God of the Bible.
The average Westerner today may hold to a wide variety of beliefs about religion and Christianity, including:
- Good people go to heaven; bad people end up in hell.
- All religions are basically the same.
- It's about rules.
- It's about controlling people.
- No religion can be the only way to God or spirituality.
In short, religion is an area of much confusion. Searching for God, narrated by filmmaker Brandon McGuire and featuring top Christian thinkers and apologists, explores questions such as: What is Christianity? What are some of the ideas that have influenced the way people think about it? And is there any evidence for God?
Most significantly, Searching for God examines the central event in the Christian story, the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The resurrection is a historical claim, testable by evidence. So how credible is it?
McGuire interviews everyday people alongside seasoned Christian scholars in making a case for Christianity. Featured scholars includes Lee Strobel, William Lane Craig, Gary Habermas, J. Warner Wallace, Nabeel Qureshi, Paul Copan, and many more.