Videos About the Bible

Why Don’t You Trust What Skeptical Scholars Say About the Gospels? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace discusses Cold-Case Christianity with Brady Blevins from the Atheist Christian Book Club. In this clip, J. Warner addresses the fact that his inferences are sometimes different than those of atheist scholars. Why shouldn’t we simply agree with the conclusions of these scholars? How could we test these …

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How Can We Be Sure the Gospels Are Accurate? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace answers questions about Christianity in his “Think Like a Detective”series on RightNow Media, the “Netflix of Christian Bible Studies”. In this video, J. Warner addresses the question: Given the antiquity of the gospel documents, how can we be sure that they are accurately recording the life and ministry of …

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Do the Gospels Contradict One Another? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace answers questions about Christianity in his “Think Like a Detective” series on RightNow Media, the “Netflix of Christian Bible Studies”. In this video, J. Warner addresses the question: Why should we trust the gospel accounts when there are places where they don’t seem to agree? Doesn’t this apparent disagreement disqualify …

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How Can We Trust the Gospel Accounts If They Were Written By Christians? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace answers an important question as part of the Summit Worldview Ministries video series. Where the Gospel authors too biased to be trusted? Should the Gospels be considered unreliable, given that they were written by friends of Jesus? For more information about Summit Ministries and their amazing two-week …

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Does the Bible Condone Slavery? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace is interviewed by Brittany Valadezabout the nature of Ancient Near Eastern slavery and the claim that the New Testament authors condoned slavery. Was slavery, as it existed in the time of the New Testament writers, the same as the form of slavery that existed in the New World …

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Can We Trust the Eyewitnesses Who Wrote the Gospel Accounts? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace answers questions about Christianity in his “Think Like a Detective” series on RightNow Media, the “Netflix of Christian Bible Studies”. In this video, J. Warner discusses the nature of reliable eyewitness testimony and applies this template to the Gospel eyewitness accounts. You can purchase the DVD set …

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Was the Flood Account Borrowed from Prior Mythologies? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace is interviewed by Brittany Valadez about the similarity of other ancient mythologies when compared to the Judeo-Christian narrative. Is the account of the Flood a true account? Was it borrowed from prior mythologies? Be sure to follow Brittany’s YouTube channel to see more interview videos. To see more interview videos with …

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Why the Gospels Can Differ, Yet Still Be Reliable (Video)

In this video from a message delivered at Calvary Chapel Chino Hills, J. Warner Wallace describes why the differences between Gospel accounts don’t automatically nullify their validity. In fact, there are jury instructions to help jurors assess differences between eyewitness accounts. How can these instructions help us evaluate the Gospels? …

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Why Differences Between the Gospels Demonstrate Their Reliability (Video)

In this video from a message delivered at Calvary Chapel Chino Hills, J. Warner Wallace describes why the differences between Gospel accounts help validate them and demonstrate their reliability. What attributes of reliable eyewitness testimony, as identified in criminal investigations, can be found in the Gospel accounts related to Jesus? …

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Don’t the Gospels Contradict One Another? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace answers an important question as part of the Summit Worldview Ministries video series. There are differences between the Gospel accounts of the life, ministry, death and resurrection of Jesus. Do these differences disqualify them as reliable eyewitness reports? For more information about Summit Ministries and their amazing …

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