Podcasts About Evangelism and Case Making

Tips for Memorizing and Using 1 Corinthians 15 to Share the Truth (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast S6E14)

How can we better memorize this “creedal” passage from Paul? How can we use this important passage to help make a case for the deity of Jesus? J. Warner offers tips to help you memorize and use scripture to share the Gospel with others in this episode of the NRBtv …

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Tips for Memorizing and Using Philippians 2 to Share the Truth (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast S6E13)

How can we better memorize this “creedal” scripture? How can we use this important passage to help make a case for the deity of Jesus? J. Warner offers tips to help you memorize and use scripture to share the Gospel with others in this episode of the NRBtv Cold-Case Christianity …

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Three Simple Rules for Apologetics Multimedia Presentations (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast S6E07)

If all of us, as Christians, are called to become Christian Case Makers, ready to give an answer to anyone who has a question, what practical steps can we take to improve our ability to communicate and influence those around us? If you’re interested in improving your PowerPoint or other …

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Three Simple Strategies to Help You Become A Better Christian Case Maker (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast S6E06)

If all of us, as Christians, are called to become Christian Case Makers, ready to give an answer to anyone who has a question, what practical steps can we take to improve our ability to communicate and influence those around us? In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. …

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Using the CHIPS Model to Defend Christianity (Podcast)

In this blast from the past, federal investigator Dan Grossenbach sits in for Jim and discusses the powerful CHIPS model for sharing the truth of Christianity and defending the Christian worldview. Dan takes this opportunity to fully examine how Christianity is comprehensible (the “C” in CHIPS). You can also subscribe …

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