The Top 10 Cold-Case Christianity Articles from 2015

Top 10 ArticlesThanks to all of you for another great year here at Our readership continues to grow as we have doubled our unique visitors per month since January. That’s actually saying a lot, given the fact much of 2015 was spent illustrating and finishing God’s Crime Scene. As I am finishing the third book in this trilogy, I’ve been trying continue writing articles to help you make the case for what you believe as a Christian. Here are the 10 most popular articles from 2015:

The 10th Most Popular Article of 2015:
How Many Angels Were Present At Jesus’ Tomb?
The Gospels describe the angels in response to the specific questions and actions under consideration. There is no contradiction in the accounts.

The 9th Most Popular Article of 2015:
Why the Information in Our DNA Points to the Existence of God
The selection process required in the creation of DNA information requires an intelligent, volitional free agent.

The 8th Most Popular Article of 2015:
Case Making Apps Every Christian Should Have on Their Phone or Tablet
Successful case making ministries who provide free, content rich, accessibly mobile versions of their materials.

The 7th Most Popular Article of 2015:
Why Is the Trinity An Essential Christian Doctrine?
Why Is the Trinity An Essential Christian Doctrine? Why is the triune nature of God so essential to the Christian Worldview?

The 6th Most Popular Article of 2015:
Rules to Evaluate Alleged Bible Contradictions and Difficulties (Free Bible Insert)
Here is short list of the rules I typically use when evaluating eyewitness statements. Be sure to download the free Bible Insert.

The 5th Most Popular Article of 2015:
How Many Women Visited the Tomb of Jesus?
How many women were at the tomb? Five, most likely. The Gospels are not contradictory in their description of these five women for the reasons I’ve cited in this post.

The 4th Most Popular Article of 2015:
Why Didn’t Mary Recognize the Resurrected Jesus?
Once we read the varied accounts, consider all the perspectives and assemble the details, it’s not hard to see why Mary didn’t immediately recognize Jesus.

The 3rd Most Popular Article of 2015:
Four Reasons the New Testament Gospels Are Reliable (Free Bible Insert)
There are four criteria by which I typically assess eyewitness reliability. The Gospels “pass the test” in these important areas.

The 2nd Most Popular Article of 2015:
Why the Beginning of the Universe Cannot Be Explained from “Inside the Room” (FREE Bible Insert)
The beginning of the universe cannot be explained from “inside the room”. The evidence points to an external cause outside of space, time, and matter.

The Most Popular Article of 2015:
Why I Know the Gospels Were Written Early (FREE Bible Insert)
The evidence from history (and the texts themselves) most reasonably points to the early authorship of the Gospels.

There you have it: the 10 most popular articles written in 2015. This week as we reflect on the past year, we’ll be posting the most popular articles, videos and podcasts. If you’ve missed some of the content here at, now is the time to catch up. Enjoy!

J. Warner Wallace is a Cold-Case Detective, a Christian Case Maker, and the author of Cold-Case Christianity and God’s Crime Scene

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