Tag Archives: evidence for God

Becoming a “Mixed Martial Apologist” (Podcast)

In this podcast, J. Warner Wallace talks with Andy Wrasman on the Reconnect Podcast and discusses the variety of possible apologetics approaches we might take in defending the truth of Christianity. Rather than specializing in any one discipline of Christian apologetics, most of us will end up using something from …

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The Evidence Still Demands a Verdict

If you’re interested in apologetics (or “Christian Case Making,” as I like to call it), you probably own a copy of Josh McDowell’s classic work, Evidence That Demands a Verdict. Did you know that there is a brand-new edition of this great resource? My good friend, Sean McDowell, has co-authored …

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The Evidence Supporting Our Christian Beliefs (Video)

J. Warner Wallace, author of Cold-Case Christianity, is interviewed by Perry Atkinson of Focus Today about the evidence supporting the reliability of the New Testament Gospels and his book, Cold-Case Christianity. To see more training videos with J. Warner Wallace, visit the YouTube playlist.

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Did God Return to the “Crime Scene”? (Podcast)

In podcast, J. Warner talks with Dr. Khaldoun A. Sweis from Logically Faithful. Together they examine the evidence for God in the universe and the need for Christian Case Making in a skeptical culture. This conversation first aired on the Logically Faithful Podcast. Be sure to subscribe. You can also …

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Do We Believe in Minds Simply Because We Don’t Know Enough About the Brain?

As a Christian believer, I am a “dualist”; I identify the brain and mind (as well as the body and soul) as two distinct entities and realities. “Dualism” describes mind and matter as two separate categories of being; neither can be reduced to the other in any way. If non-material …

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Do Cases of Brain Damage Prove We Don’t Have Minds?

As a Christian believer, I am a “dualist”; I identify the brain and mind (as well as the body and soul) as two distinct realities. “Dualism” describes mind and matter as two separate categories of being; neither can be reduced to the other in any way. If non-material minds truly …

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Why It’s Important to Guard Against Your Presuppositions

When I was an atheist, I held many presuppositions that tainted the way I investigated the claims of Christianity. I was raised in the Star Trek generation (the original cast, mind you) by an atheist father who was a cop and detective for nearly thirty years before I got hired …

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