Tag Archives: Christian Life

Answering Questions About the Christian Life (Cold Case Christianity Broadcast #108)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner answers listener email related to the Christian life. Why aren’t all our prayers answered? Is it a sin if I don’t always go to church? What theological books have impacted you the most? What do you think about alter calls? …

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Everyone Wants to Be Happy, But Fewer Are Willing to Do What It Takes

The New York Times reported on Yale’s most popular class: Psyc 157 – “Psychology and the Good Life.” The course, taught by Dr. Laurie Santos, “tries to teach students how to lead a happier, more satisfying life.” It “focuses both on positive psychology — the characteristics that allow humans to …

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Christian Case Making Can Change the Way You Think About Your Purpose

Everyone has a worldview, and our overarching beliefs ultimately impact the way we evaluate our experiences and interpret claims and objectives, including claims about purpose and meaning. My friend, Teasi (pronounced “Tee See”) Cannon has a deep love for Christian case making (apologetics) and has incorporated that passion in a …

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Christian Case Making from a Law Enforcement Perspective (Podcast)

In this interview recorded with Jonathan Parker of the Watch Your Six law enforcement podcast, J. Warner talks about his career in law enforcement and the role that police officers play in the Christian and secular culture. Visit Jonathan’s page for this podcast, or subscribe to his podcast on iTunes. …

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Should Christians Judge Others? (Cold Case Christianity Broadcast #81)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner discusses an often-misunderstood verse of Scripture: “Do not judge so that you will not be judged” (Matthew 7:1). Does this verse preclude us from making any judgment of behavior in our culture? How is this verse used to silence Christians? …

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