Stand to Reason
This is the ministry home of J. Warner Wallace (founded by Greg Koukl) where Jim serves with Greg, Brett Kunkle and Alan Shlemon. Stand to Reason equips Christian Ambassadors with Knowledge, Wisdom, and Character.
This is the ministry partner and original website containing articles and resources from J. Warner Wallace and the PleaseConvinceMe Team. PleaseConvinceMe.com examines the Christian Worldview from the perspective of a detective. It seeks to equip believers, encourage seekers and engage skeptics by providing them with the reasons why Christians believe what they believe.
The Stand to Reason “Please Convince Me Podcast”
J. Warner Wallace hosts a weekly podcast that examines apologetics and worldview issues. The Stand to Reason “Please Convince Me” Podcast is updated every Monday and is available on iTunes and other podcast platforms.
The Stand to Reason “Please Convince Me” Radio Show Podcast
J. Warner Wallace appears occasionally on radio shows across the country (including the Stand to Reason Radio Show as the host). These radio interviews are also available as a podcast. The Stand to Reason “Please Convince Me” Radio Show Podcast is updated after each radio appearance.
The Stand to Reason “Please Convince Me” Facebook Group
Our Facebook Fan Page provides members the opportunity to ask important questions and interact with other Christians, skeptics and seekers.
The Cold Case Christianity Twitter Page
J. Warner Wallace posts on Twitter daily, providing links to the top apologetics and evidential stories from over 150 Christian Blogs. It’s a great place to stay on top of current events and topics that are of importance to Christian Case Makers.
The Cold Case Christianity YouTube Channel
J. Warner Wallace has posted videos in a variety of categories, including training videos, Gospel visualizations, detective episodes and more.
This “sister” website to PleaseConvinceMe.com provides short, succinct answers to many challenges that are offered by people who are skeptical of the claims of Christianity. While PleaseConvinceMe.com is designed to provide more robust responses, AnswersForAtheists.com is the place to go for abbreviated, memorable responses.