J. Warner

J. Warner Wallace is a Dateline featured cold-case homicide detective, popular national speaker and best-selling author. He continues to consult on cold-case investigations while serving as a Senior Fellow at the Colson Center for Christian Worldview. He is also an adjunct professor of apologetics at Biola University and a faculty member at Summit Ministries. J. Warner became a Christ-follower at the age of thirty-five after investigating the claims of the New Testament gospels using his skill set as a detective. He eventually earned a Master’s Degree in Theological Studies from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary.

Quick Shot: “There is no such thing as sin”

Our “Quick Shot” series offers brief answers to common objections to the Christian worldview. Each response is limited to one paragraph. These responses are designed to (1) answer the objection as concisely as possible, (2) challenge the objector to think more deeply about his or her claim, and (3) facilitate …

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What Are Skeptics Talking About When They Describe New Testament Variations? (Video)

In this clip from a Summit Worldview Conference session, cold-case detective, J. Warner Wallace, describes why some suspects point to variations between ancient New Testament documents as evidence of their unreliability. Do manuscript variations disqualify the Gospels? What are the variations typically described by skeptics? To see more training videos …

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Why Do Christians Think Humans Are Special and Does This Impact Concerns for Our Environment? (Video)

Cold case detective, J. Warner Wallace, answers questions following a presentation at Ohio State University. Why do Christians think humans are special compared to other animals? Doesn’t this notion allow humans to abuse other species from a position of “superiority”? Be sure to check out Eric Chabot’s ministry on the campus …

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Why We Ought Not Treat Kids… Like Kids

I started attending church in the second grade. I spent most of my childhood and teen years in youth ministry. I went to a few different churches during that time and saw different variations in youth ministry. As I got older, I also began volunteering on the junior high and …

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