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The Bible can stand rugged scrutiny. Lee Strobel told of moderating a debate between William Lane Craig and a national spokesman for American Atheists, Inc. He spoke of how he watched “the faces of people as they discovered—many for the first time—that Christianity can stand up to rational analysis and rugged scrutiny.” His comments about the conclusion of this debate are also interesting. “In the end it was no contest. Among those who had entered the auditorium that evening as avowed atheists, agnostics, or skeptics, an overwhelming 82 percent walked out concluding that the case for Christianity had been the most compelling.” Then he said, “Incidentally, nobody became an atheist.” (The Case For Christ, p. 277)