Tag Archives: Christian Case Making

Aren’t All Religions Basically the Same? (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast #28)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Podcast, J. Warner Wallace examines the nature of opposing religious claims. Are all religions basically the same? J. Warner also provides a number of definitions for “truth”, and describes three reasons why people reject truth claims. Be sure to watch the Cold-Case Christianity …

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Is Your Transformational, Religious Experience Evidence Enough?

I just finished a wonderful weekend at Fellowship Bible Church in Little Rock, Arkansas. This is a large, active church with an innovative and visionary leadership team. They invited me to speak to their members because they understand the growing skepticism in our culture; they’re eager to prepare younger members …

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Can You Pass the Objective / Subjective Truth Test? (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast #27)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Podcast, J. Warner Wallace makes a case for the evidential nature of Christian truth claims. He then reviews the nature of objective and subjective truth claims and offers a brief test to see if you can distinguish the differences. Can you pass the …

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What’s The Importance Of Giving A Defense Non-Defensively? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace, author of Cold-Case Christianity, was interviewed by Bobby Conway (The One Minute Apologist) and discussed the nature of Christian “Case Making”. How can we stand firm in what we believe without being offensive? How can we love the truth but love those who deny the truth? (For …

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Why the Nature of Truth Is So important to Christianity (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast #26)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Podcast, J. Warner Wallace talks about the nature of subjective and objective truth and the impact our understanding of truth has on our efforts to evangelize. J. Warner also describes a distinctive feature of Christianity separating it from all other theistic worldviews. (For …

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Verifiability Is A Christian Distinctive

Christianity is unique among theistic worldviews. Some religious systems are based purely on the doctrinal, proverbial statements of their founders. The wisdom statements of Buddha, for example, lay the foundation for Buddhism. In a similar way, the statements of L. Ron Hubbard form the basis of Scientology. But in both …

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Are We Treating the Gospel Like a Cookie Instead of a Cure? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace speaks to Stones Crossing Church in Greenville Indiana about the import distinctions between objective and subjective truth claims and why this distinction is important to us as Christians. To see more training videos with J. Warner Wallace, visit the YouTube playlist. For more information about strategies to help …

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The Reason Why Few Christians Are Willing to Be Christian Case Makers

Since writing Cold-Case Christianity, my speaking schedule has been extremely busy; I am blessed by opportunities to make the case for Christianity every weekend in churches across the nation. As a result, however, I get to see how many of my Christian brothers and sisters are interested in the evidence …

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The Brief Case for Peter’s Influence on Mark’s Gospel (Bible Insert)

When I first examined the New Testament Gospel accounts, I was intensely interested in their authorship. I found it interesting that two of the accounts were not written by (nor even attributed to) eyewitnesses. Luke wrote his account based on the testimony of “eyewitnesses and servants of the word,” but …

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