Tag Archives: Christian discipleship

What Is the Relationship Between Science and Religious Belief? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace discusses the relationship between faith, reason and scientific discovery in this interview with Jon Morrison. Are science and faith hopelessly opposed to one another? Can the scientific method assist believers in determining if God exists? This clip is from Jon’s podcast series. Be sure to visit Jon’s …

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Awana Is Poised to Equip the Next Generation

When my daughters were young, they attended Awana at a local church in our community. They were eager to participate, and they were blessed by the commitment the program made (and continues to make) to scripture memorization. I bet many of you have been similarly blessed by a local Awana …

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Raising The Bar As Christian Believers (Cold Case Christianity Broadcast #91)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner continues his comprehensive description of the difference between teaching and training by articulating the need for parents and youth leaders to expect more from their children and students. Our kids can typically learn more, engage more deeply, and understand more …

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Young Christians Need Worldview Training (Cold Case Christianity Broadcast #90)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner describes the challenges facing young Christians and introduces his viewers to Summit Worldview Conferences. This premiere program teaches high school students a robust, all-encompassing Christian worldview. J. Warner includes “behind the scenes” video from Summit as he describes why all …

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If The Evidence for Christianity Is So Good, Why Isn’t Everyone a Believer (Podcast)

In this blast from the past, J. Warner discusses a common objection of non-believers and examines three reasons why someone might reject a truth claim. J. Warner also addresses the Rob Bell’s controversial claims about the nature of hell and describes the most important question you can ask your atheist …

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Stop Teaching Young Christians; TRAIN Them to Develop a Forensic Faith (Video)

J. Warner Wallace discusses the difference between teaching and training and encourages Christians to adopt a new approach in readying themselves for the challenges facing us in culture. All believers must train themselves and develop a more reasonable, evidential faith, as described in the book, Forensic Faith: A Homicide Detective …

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Do Christians Believe Simply Because They Were Raised In A Christian Environment? (Podcast)

In this blast from the past, J. Warner responds to a common atheistic claim: Skeptics argue that Christians believe Christianity is true simply because they were raised in a Christian culture. If believers were raised in a Muslim culture (according to the skeptics), they would believe that Islam is true …

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If Young Believers Are Our Priority, We Need to Develop a Forensic Faith (Video)

In this preview of Forensic Faith: A Homicide Detective Makes the Case for a More Reasonable, Evidential Christian Faith, J. Warner Wallace describes why it’s important to make young believers a priority. As parents, we are usually willing to put the needs of our kids ahead of ourselves. Are we …

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The Case for Christianity – J. Warner Wallace on the Called2Action Radio Show (Podcast)

In this podcast, J. Warner talks with Steve Noble from Called2Action Radio about the cumulative case for Christianity from the perspective of a cold-case homicide detective. This broadcast was originally aired on the Called2Action Radio Show; be sure to download their podcast. You can also subscribe to the Cold-Case Christianity …

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Why It’s an Advantage to Know Christianity Is True (Video)

J. Warner Wallace is interviewed for 700 Club Interactive and answers questions about his own spiritual journey and the importance of developing a reasonable, evidential faith. J. Warner also describes his new book, Forensic Faith: A Homicide Detective Makes the Case for a More Reasonable, Evidential Christian Faith. What difference …

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