Tag Archives: evidence for theism

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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Are Atheists right? Are Mental States Non-Existent?

In my book, God’s Crime Scene: A Homicide Detective Examines the Evidence for a Divinely Created Universe, I examine eight pieces of evidence in the universe as I make a cumulative case for the existence of God. One important piece of evidence is our common experience of consciousness. If atheism …

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Are People Who Believe in Minds Simply Ignorant of the Science?

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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Is It Reasonable to Believe in Minds Even If We Can’t Explain How They Interact with Brains?

As a Christian theist, 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 nonmaterial …

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Is It Possible to Examine the Universe Like A Crime Scene? (Podcast)

In this re-posted interview with Meg Meeker of Family Talk, J. Warner Wallace discusses the unique investigative approach he took to examining the evidence in the universe. Can scientists account for the evidence in the universe with purely “natural” explanations? If not, what is the best explanation for this evidence? …

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What Makes the Case for God’s Existence So Strong? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace is interviewed by Leon Fontaine of the Leon Show and talks about the evidence for God’s existence. What kinds of evidence can we use to make the case for God? What makes the case so strong? What tools can we borrow from crime scene investigations to help …

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