Tag Archives: the case for Christianity

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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Why Christians Need to Understand the Nature of Circumstantial Evidence (Video)

J. Warner Wallace talks about the nature of direct and circumstantial evidence. How are these two forms of evidence used in criminal trials, and what can we learn from their use to help us make the case for Christianity? This clip is excerpted from J. Warner’s plenary session at the …

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What Counts As Evidence When Making the Case for Christianity? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace talks about the nature and rules of evidence. What counts as evidence, and do we need a particular kind of evidence to make the case for Christianity? This clip is excerpted from J. Warner’s plenary session at the 2016 Reasons to Believe AMP Conference. To see more …

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Do I Need Scientific, Forensic Evidence to Prove Christianity Is True?

The relationship between science and faith continues to be hotly debated in our culture today. Eric Metaxas’ recent viral Wall Street Journal article, “Is Science Leading Us to God?” certainly reignited the discussion. His brief description of the teleological, fine-tuning parameters of the universe became the most-read online article the …

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Yes, the Christian Worldview Is Supported by the Evidence

Richard Dawkins once famously said, “Faith is the great cop-out, the great excuse to evade the need to think and evaluate evidence. Faith is the belief in spite of, even perhaps because of, the lack of evidence.” He’s also quoted saying, “Many of us saw religion as harmless nonsense. Beliefs …

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