Recent Blog Posts

4
May

The Best Christian Case Making (Apologetics) Content on Twitter

If you’re a fan of my work here at ColdCaseChristianity.com, you already know how fond I am of Twitter. I scan and read over 400 Christian apologetics blogs daily and post the best evidential apologetics articles on my Twitter account. People have described it as the “Drudge Report” of Christian

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1
May

Seven Tips for Good Christian Case Making Conversations (Free Bible Insert)

As an investigator, I made a living conducting interviews. In fact, my agency repeatedly utilized me when they needed someone to confess to a crime. I love talking to people, particularly when the conversation is difficult to navigate. Spiritual conversations can also be difficult on occasion, and if you’ve ever

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27
Apr

Is Your Transformational, Religious Experience Evidence Enough?

I just finished a wonderful weekend at Fellowship Bible Church in Little Rock, Arkansas. This is a large, active church with an innovative and visionary leadership team. They invited me to speak to their members because they understand the growing skepticism in our culture; they’re eager to prepare younger members

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24
Apr

When Making a Case for Christianity is Futile

After four weeks, sitting just ten feet from the jury, I still wasn’t sure how to read them; especially Juror Number 9. She scowled through most of the testimony, took notes when things seemed obvious and often displayed gestures that were confusing and difficult to read. I wasn’t sure that

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22
Apr

The Limits of Accidental Christianity

I spent last weekend in Wisconsin with pastor (and Packer’s Chaplain) Troy Murphy and his family of believers at Green Bay Community Church. They hosted an “Accidental Faith” Seminar on Saturday and we talked about the case for truth, the case for God’s existence and the case for the Resurrection.

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20
Apr

Why Environmentalism and Animal Rights Are Dependent on a Christian Worldview

A friend of mine recently wrote a post on Facebook and discovered the wrath of secular environmentalism. He innocently asked if anyone wanted a kitten. His young feline pet escaped and became pregnant before she could be spayed. The online assault began almost immediately as friends and acquaintances berated him

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17
Apr

Humans Are Exceptional For a Reason

Wesley J. Smith writes a blog over at National Review Online entitled “Human Exceptionalism.” I highly recommend it. He once featured an article written by Marian Stamp Dawkins, a Professor of Animal Behavior at Oxford and author of Why Animals Matter.  Dawkins examined the argument for animal “value” based on

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15
Apr

Verifiability Is A Christian Distinctive

Christianity is unique among theistic worldviews. 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. In a similar way, the statements of L. Ron Hubbard form the basis of Scientology. But in both

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