jwallace

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.

Thanksgiving, Traditions and the Principles of Conservatism (Podcast)

J. Warner examines the Thanksgiving Holiday talks about the role of tradition and celebration in our culture. Jim also establishes several principles of Conservatism and highlights ways to use these common, shared values to begin conversations with non-Christians. Everyone conserves traditions of one nature or another. Which worldview establishes the …

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Perhaps the Greatest Old Testament Prophecy of All

Perhaps the Greatest Old Testament Prophecy of All

Fulfilled prophecy is an important evidence of Divine origin, and I’ve already highlighted just a few of the more important fulfilled prophecies in the Old Testament. A fellow law enforcement brother, Sir Robert Anderson, described perhaps the greatest Old Testament prophecy, if his calculations were accurate. Anderson was the Assistant …

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The Best Story (Video)

The Best Story

Designed as a response to to James Choung’s “Big Story”, this visual presentation illustrates the transformational power of the Gospel and its ability to empower us, as Christians, to impact and heal the world around us. We hope to provide a visual tool that addresses our desire to heal the …

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Why You Need to Become a Good Christian Translator (Podcast)

J. Warner attended the Evangelical Theological Society Annual Meeting this week and came away with several important observations related to Christian Case Making. Ever think you don’t know enough to be a good “One Dollar Apologist”? You are more important to the Christian community than you might think. Jim will …

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The Importance of Christian Translators

The Importance of Christian Translators

This week I’m enjoying the Evangelical Theological Society’s (ETS) Annual Meeting in Baltimore. Each session features incredible thinkers presenting papers on a variety of theological and philosophical issues. I’ll be honest, I usually feel like an idiot in a room full of intellects. These theologians and philosophers are the best …

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