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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.

When Is Enough Evidence… Enough? (Podcast)

In this blast from the past, J. Warner responds listener email questioning the adequacy of circumstantial evidence. Can we really trust circumstantial evidence or must we also have direct evidence to determine the truth of a matter? How does this apply to defending the Christian Worldview? When do we know …

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Why It’s Important to Become a Christian Case Maker (Video)

J. Warner Wallace describes our common obligation as Christians to be able to defend what we believe. In fact, being a Christian is the equivalent of being a Christian Case Maker. Have you embraced your duty? Are you ready to represent Christ in the pubic square? All believers must train …

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The Christian Difference Is the Foundation of Our Christian Duty

Christianity is distinct in the nature of its claims and the value it places on reason, intelligence, and evidence. Some religious systems are based purely on the doctrinal, proverbial statements of their founders. The wisdom statements of Buddha, for example, lay the foundation for Buddhism. Hinduism is based on the …

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How to Nurture and Be Nurtured As a Christian (Cold Case Christianity Broadcast #94)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner continues his comprehensive description of the difference between teaching and training by discussing the importance of good mentorship. Are you mentoring anyone as a Christian? Do you have a mentor to whom you can look for answers and examples of …

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Defining What We Mean by “Forensic Faith” – and Why It Matters (Video)

J. Warner Wallace discusses the definition of “forensic faith” in this interview with Jon Morrison. Why is it so important for Christians to develop a reasonable, responsive faith that is grounded in the evidence? What is perhaps the best consequence of developing a forensic faith? This clip is from Jon’s …

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