During World War II, Christian author C.S. Lewis delivered a series of informal radio addresses titled "The Case for Christianity." Through these talks he intended to bring hope to an embattled public. He wasn't the first, though, to present the compelling argument for the reasonableness of Christian faith. Two thousand years ago, the apostle Paul faced a skeptical crowd in Athens and reasoned with them. Our times are no less skeptical of the claims of Christ than people were 2,000 years ago, or 70 years ago. You know people who are skeptical of the claims of Christ. Maybe you're one of them. The book of Acts is God's answer. We’re glad you’ve joined us to find hope and confidence in the case for Christ.