Lee Strobel, M.S.L.
Author, International Lecturer
Lee Strobel is an author, columnist, journalist and speaker.
Strobel received a Master of Studies in Law from Yale Law
School. He was a professional journalist for 14 years,
culminating in his role as legal affairs editor of The Chicago
Tribune. He received Illinois' top honors for investigative
reporting and an award for public service journalism from
United Press International. Strobel currently serves as a
board member of the Willow Creek Association, a network of
more than 8,000 churches from 60 denominations, and is a
contributing editor and columnist for Outreach magazine.
Strobel has authored
numerous books including The Case for Christ: A Journalist's
Personal Investigation of the Evidence for Jesus, The
Case for Faith: A Journalist Investigates the Toughest Objections
to Christianity, God's Outrageous Claims and What
Jesus Would Say. He has appeared on many national radio
and television programs.