The Case for Christ Wins Film of the Year 2017

We are pleased to announced that The Case for Christ has won our 2017 Film of the Year award. Thank you to all who voted in our awards this year.

The Case For Christ is such an amazing evangelistic film that has the potential to change lives, especially for those who are seeking evidence of Jesus, for those with questions such as how reliable is the New Testament? Does evidence for Jesus exist outside the Bible? Is there any reason to believe the resurrection happened? This film will answer those questions and more. This is an inspirational, life changing, not to be missed film. Click here to read our full review of The Case For Christ

The movie draws on the true story of Lee and Leslie Strobel, whose marriage struggled mightily as her growing faith collided with his determined atheism. The dramatic retelling of their journey offers heart and a human touch on the in-depth research Lee Strobel conducted.

Lee Strobel has a journalism degree from the University of Missouri and a Master of Studies in Law degree from Yale Law School, was the award-winning legal editor of the Chicago Tribune and a spiritual skeptic until 1981. He originally set out to disprove the Bible, but in doing so discovered it was the most reliable ancient document known to man. He wrote The Case for Christ to share his personal story and the evidence that swayed him.

The film has been written by Brian Bird and is being directed by Jon Gunn, the film stars Cindy Hogan, Robert Forster, Mike Vogel, Michael Provost, Erika Christensen, Faye Dunaway and Kelly Wilson.

Congratulations to The Case for Christ and to everyone who made this film a possibility, a well deserved win.

The Christian Film Review Film of the Year Awards 2017 were run this year in association with

Click here to buy The Case For Christ DVD

Richard Smith is the founder of The Christian Film Review. His passion is to generate a buzz about Christian film and get people informed and excited about Christian films, showcasing the alternatives that in this day in age are a light in the darkness of what society is promoting.

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