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.

Did the Disciples Conspire to Lie about the Resurrection? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace responds to a common objection to the Resurrection of Jesus: The disciples of Jesus lied about the resurrection. Is it reasonable to believe that the disciples conspired to invent the story of the resurrection? J. Warner examines five attributes of successful conspiracies to see if any of …

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Is The Bible Relevant Today?

I have a drawer in my desk that’s filled with manuals and instruction guides. Every time I purchase a new device (whether it’s an electric garden tool or a smart phone), I store the original instruction manual in this drawer. I occasionally return to these guides when I have a …

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What is the Relationship Between Evangelism and Apologetics? (Podcast)

In this podcast, J. Warner converses with author and church planter, Peyton Jones, about the relationship between Christian case making (apologetics) and evangelism. What role does apologetics play in reaching the un-reached? Can taking an evidential approach toward the Christian worldview actually help church planters achieve their mission? Learn more …

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Did Jesus Really Die on the Cross? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace responds to a common objection to the Resurrection of Jesus: If Jesus didn’t actually die on the cross, the Resurrection could be explained as a simple resuscitation. Are there good evidential reasons to believe Jesus died on the cross? J. Warner examines some hidden biological evidence in …

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How to Avoid An “Atheist Ambush” in University

If you’re a Christian, you already know the sad truth. Someone in your family (a son, daughter, grandson, granddaughter, niece, or nephew) has already walked away, in spite of all the years you spent raising them in the church. I believe we can change this alarming trajectory, but we have …

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