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Lee Strobel was born in Arlington Heights, Illinois on January 25, 1952. He is a writer, journalist, legal editor, and clergy member. He has a journalism degree from the University of Missouri and a Master of Studies in Law degree from Yale Law School. During his fourteen year career as a journalist for the Chicago Tribune and other newspapers, he won some of Illinois' highest honors for his investigative reporting and public service journalism. In 1980, the UPI Illinois Editors Association newspaper gave him a first place for public service (the Len H. Small Memorial award) for the coverage of the Pinto crash trial that involved a class-action lawsuit against the Ford Motor Company in Winamac, Indiana. Lee later became assistant managing editor of the Daily Herald before he left journalism in 1987. Lee is a New York Times bestselling author of over forty books and curricula which have sold fourteen million copies in total. He was raised Lutheran and hearing "because the Bible says faith comes from hearing" inspired him to investigate the evidence for Christianity. His book The Case for Christ was published in 1998 and has sold over 10 million copies. He has since written several other books and has been featured in several documentaries.
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