Strobel deals with several issues in the West's debate over Christ. These issues include textual critisism, other "gospels," Jewish objections to Christ, postmodernism's definition of Christ, and many others. In each issue, Strobel interviews the best in the field in seeking out the truth.
Strobel begins his book by presenting the case from those who reject the biblical Christ. It is clear that he has read their books, heard their arguments, and has given them their say. I must admit that I had my doubts that these objections could be countered. That is how good Strobel is. Of all of the writers I have read, Strobel seems to be the most objectable.
Another thing Strobel achieves is not giving the persons he interviews a pass. He would not simply say, "Good point, moving on." But rather would bring up objection after objection trying to prove them wrong. Why? Because he was searching for the truth. If anything in the Bible is wrong about Christ, or if history or postmodernism disproves Scripture's claims concerning Christ, Christianity falls.
I highly recommend that everyone reads this book. For believers, it will strengthen your faith. For unbelievers, it will challenge your faith (or the lack there-of).
Here is a promo for Strobel's book: