Tag Archives: Christian faith

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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Why Confidence Will Increase Your Engagement as a Christian (Video)

J. Warner Wallace talks about the relationship between evidential certainty and evangelistic passion. Why are we sometimes hesitant to share the Gospel with our friends and family members? Is it because we feel unprepared or are concerned about the questions people might ask? Rational confidence almost always results in passion, …

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How Modelling An Evidential Faith Can Change the Lives Around You (Video)

J. Warner Wallace describes the journey of a quiet member of his youth group who became a bold ambassador for Christianity after watching others model an outspoken, evidential Christian faith. Rational confidence almost always results in passion, courage and engagement. That’s why all believers must train themselves and develop a …

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If Christians Are Supposed to Rely on Evidence, Why Call It Faith?

I’ve written a Christian apologetics book that makes the case for making the case. I argue that Christians ought to embrace a more evidential, thoughtful faith that can be described as the most reasonable inference from evidence. Many people, after reading the book and thinking about this definition of “faith,” …

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Why Make the Case for Christianity, If God Is in Control?

I’ve written a Christian apologetics book that makes the case for making the case. I argue that Christians ought to embrace a more evidential, thoughtful faith and accept their duty to become Christian case-makers. Many people, after reading the book and thinking about this call to become better case makers, …

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Wouldn’t A Loving God Reform Rather Than Punish? (Podcast)

In this blast from the past, J. Warner responds to a common objection to the nature of God: If God is all-loving, why doesn’t he “reform” people rather than simply “punish” them in Hell? How would you answer a skeptic who argues a God who simply punishes his children in …

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Why A Faith Based Purely on Emotion or Experience Is Insufficient (Video)

700 Club Interactive host Andrew Knox interviews J. Warner Wallace about the difference between an experiential faith and a forensic faith, as described in Jim’s book, Forensic Faith: A Homicide Detective Makes the Case for a More Reasonable, Evidential Christian Faith. For more information about CBN (The Christian Broadcasting Network) …

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Why Would God Send Good People to Hell? (Podcast)

In this blast from the past, J. Warner addresses a common objection to the loving nature of God. Isn’t it unfair for God to penalize people who are otherwise good, just because they haven’t heard about Jesus? A good God would not send good people to Hell. Jim responds to …

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