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J. Warner Wallace is a Cold-Case Detective, Christian Case Maker, Senior Fellow at the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, and the author of Cold-Case Christianity, Cold-Case Christianity for Kids, God’s Crime Scene, and Forensic Faith.

How Can We Move from the Case for God to the Case for Christianity? (Video)

Aaron Klemm (from Summit Ministries in Colorado) talks with J. Warner Wallace (as part of the of the Summit Forum) about making the case for Christianity. If I’ve already made the case for God’s existence, how can I turn the corner and make the case specifically for the Christian God …

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The More Science, the More Reasonable the Pro-Life Position

When I was a new homicide detective, much of the science and technology we now take for granted was unavailable. While fingerprint analysis was common, forensic DNA technology was still in its infancy. In addition, few locations around the country were monitored by surveillance cameras, and even fewer victims or …

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What Should We Make of the Non-Canonical Gospels? (Podcast)

In this previously recorded radio interview from The Ride Home with John and Kathy on WORDFM in Pittsburgh, J. Warner discusses the ancient non-canonical documents describing Jesus. Should the existence of these documents cause us to doubt what the Biblical account says about Jesus? If the non-canonical documents describe Jesus …

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Don’t the Gospels Contradict One Another? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace answers an important question as part of the Summit Worldview Ministries video series. There are differences between the Gospel accounts of the life, ministry, death and resurrection of Jesus. Do these differences disqualify them as reliable eyewitness reports? For more information about Summit Ministries and their amazing …

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Three Things You Can Do to Help Your Kids Defend the Truth

The statistics are alarmingly clear: Young Christians are leaving the Church in increasing numbers and when polled, most cite some form of intellectual skepticism as the chief cause of their departure. If you’re a parent, listen to the words offered by young ex-believers (excerpted from recent studies): “It didn’t make …

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