MAKE THE CASE TO YOUR CLASS OR CONGREGATION

CCC GND2 CoverCold-Case Christianity
If you want to make the case for Christianity, it’s important to establish the reliability of the New Testament documents. Cold-Case Christianity will provide you with ten principles of Cold Case Investigations and equip you to use these concepts as you consider the claims of the New Testament gospel authors. This book also describes a four step template you can use to evaluate the claims of the gospel writers. Cold-Case Christianity will give you the confidence and encouragement necessary to make an impact on your world as you reach others with the truth.

ccc-teaching-outlines-5Purchase the book, then download the teaching / preaching materials, including simple instructions to help you develop and prepare the material, four easy to use, PowerPoint files to help you present each category of reliability, and four short, sample videos you can watch to see an example of how this material can be presented. If you read the book, follow the outline and watch the four videos, you’ll be ready to teach Cold-Case Christianity to your class or congregation. Visit this page to get these free materials.

gcs-front-coverGod’s Crime Scene
If you want to make the case for God’s existence, it’s important to develop a strategy to examine the evidence in the universe. God’s Crime Scene will help you examine the nature of the universe as you sift through eight important characteristics of the cosmos, biological organisms and human experience, considering each as though it were a piece of evidence at a crime scene. You’ll be introduced to the methodology used by detectives to “determine the most reasonable explanation in light of the evidence” and you’ll be challenged to examine eight important pieces of evidence common to our human observations and experience.

gcs-teaching-outlines-5Purchase the book, then download the teaching / preaching materials, including simple instructions to help you develop and prepare the material, eight easy to use, PowerPoint files to help you present each piece of evidence, and eight short, sample videos you can watch to see an example of how this material can be presented. If you read the book, follow the outline and watch the eight videos, you’ll be ready to teach God’s Crime Scene to your class or congregation. Visit this page to get these free materials.

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