Tag Archives: Theology / Doctrine

Answering Questions About Theism and Christianity (Podcast)

In this interview with Bill Arnold from Afternoons with Bill Arnold, J. Warner answers a number of questions about Christianity and the evidence for God’s existence. This Q&A provides several examples of how to answer unscripted questions about the Christian worldview. You can also subscribe to the Cold-Case Christianity Weekly …

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What is the Essential Christian Truth About the Nature of God? (Podcast)

In this blast from the past, J. Warner Wallace examines the classic theological definition of God. What must we, as Christians, agree on related to God’s nature? Can we be wrong about the nature of God and still be ‘saved’? Can other groups (such as Mormons or Jehovah’s Witnesses) have …

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How Can We Reconcile God’s Sovereignty with Man’s Free Will? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace is interviewed by Brittany Valadezabout the complex relationship between God’s sovereign knowledge and man’s free agency. If God is in control, how can humans truly experience free will? Be sure to follow Brittany’s YouTube channel to see more interview videos. To see more interview videos with J. Warner Wallace, visit …

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What Does “Gospel” Really Mean?

We often describe God’s gracious offer of Salvation as “good news”, and while this makes sense, given the magnitude of God’s gift to us, there are actually good etymological reasons for describing Salvation in this way. The word “Gospel” is derived from an Anglo-Saxon word, “godspel”, or “good story” and …

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What Happens to Our Souls When We Die?

There are many good reasons to believe we, as humans, are more than simply physical bodies. Humans are “soulish” creatures; we are living souls united to physical bodies. Even without the guidance of Scripture, there are good reasons to believe our lives will not end at the point of our …

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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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