Tag Archives: Christian Worldview

Maintaining Our Christian Priorities In An Ever-Changing Culture (Cold Case Christianity Broadcast #80)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner discusses the importance of making the case for the reliability of the Bible, even when we are tempted to jump into arguments related to culture, politics or current events. Why is the case for the Bible more important than any …

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The Relationship Between Christian Confidence and the Case for Christ (Video)

In this clip from a talk given in Vancouver, Canada, J. Warner describes the difference between “belief that” and “belief in” and the role that evidential certainty has in growing our confidence as believers. An evidential approach to our Christian faith inevitably leads to certainty, endurance and bold proclamation. To …

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Why It’s Important for Every Christian to Be A Christian Case Maker (Video)

In this clip from the 2016 Apologetics Canada Conference in Barrie, Ontario, J. Warner describes the need for every Christian to be able to articulate what they believe and why they believe it. All of us need to be better Christian Case Makers, especially if we have kids. To see …

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How Do You Determine If Someone Is Willing to Hear About Jesus? (Video)

In this video, recorded at a recent Fearless Faith Seminar, J. Warner Wallace discusses material from his upcoming book, Forensic Faith. How do we determine if the person we are trying to reach is interested in hearing about Jesus? What do we do when someone appears to be antagonistic to …

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Why Thanksgiving Will Always Be A Uniquely Christian Holiday (Podcast)

In this new audio podcast, J. Warner discusses the nature of “giving thanks” and the holiday we call Thanksgiving. Is it possible to celebrate a secular, atheistic “Thanksgiving”? Is it possible to thank the impersonal forces of physics that govern the universe? J. Warner explores several ways atheists have tried …

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