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If Christians Are Supposed to Rely on Evidence, Why Call It Faith?

I’ve written a Christian apologetics book that makes the case for making the case. I argue that Christians ought to embrace a more evidential, thoughtful faith that can be described as the most reasonable inference from evidence. Many people, after reading the book and thinking about this definition of “faith,” …

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Why Make the Case for Christianity, If God Is in Control?

I’ve written a Christian apologetics book that makes the case for making the case. I argue that Christians ought to embrace a more evidential, thoughtful faith and accept their duty to become Christian case-makers. Many people, after reading the book and thinking about this call to become better case makers, …

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Why A Faith Based Purely on Emotion or Experience Is Insufficient (Video)

700 Club Interactive host Andrew Knox interviews J. Warner Wallace about the difference between an experiential faith and a forensic faith, as described in Jim’s book, Forensic Faith: A Homicide Detective Makes the Case for a More Reasonable, Evidential Christian Faith. For more information about CBN (The Christian Broadcasting Network) …

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What Does It Mean to Possess A Forensic Faith?

We have a duty to know what we believe and why we believe it so we can give an answer, contend for the faith, and model Christian case making for the next generation of believers. Are you ready? If someone challenged you with a few simple objections, could you make …

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What Is the Relationship Between Science and Religious Belief? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace discusses the relationship between faith, reason and scientific discovery in this interview with Jon Morrison. Are science and faith hopelessly opposed to one another? Can the scientific method assist believers in determining if God exists? This clip is from Jon’s podcast series. Be sure to visit Jon’s …

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Stop Teaching Young Christians; TRAIN Them to Develop a Forensic Faith (Video)

J. Warner Wallace discusses the difference between teaching and training and encourages Christians to adopt a new approach in readying themselves for the challenges facing us in culture. All believers must train themselves and develop a more reasonable, evidential faith, as described in the book, Forensic Faith: A Homicide Detective …

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The Case for Christianity – J. Warner Wallace on the Called2Action Radio Show (Podcast)

In this podcast, J. Warner talks with Steve Noble from Called2Action Radio about the cumulative case for Christianity from the perspective of a cold-case homicide detective. This broadcast was originally aired on the Called2Action Radio Show; be sure to download their podcast. You can also subscribe to the Cold-Case Christianity …

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