Tag Archives: Christian education

How to Make the Case Like a Case Maker

Every year at the CrossExamined Instructors Academy (CIA), dozens of students courageously offer their own “apologetics” presentations to those of us who had been assembled as evaluators, coaches and trainers. Prior to these talks, we take the time to help the students understand the proper structure of public presentations of …

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Why Thanksgiving Will Always Be A Uniquely Christian Holiday (Podcast)

In this new audio podcast, J. Warner discusses the nature of “giving thanks” and the holiday we call Thanksgiving. Is it possible to celebrate a secular, atheistic “Thanksgiving”? Is it possible to thank the impersonal forces of physics that govern the universe? J. Warner explores several ways atheists have tried …

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How to Help Young Christians Defend the Truth (Podcast)

In this podcast, excerpted from J. Warner’s recent interview with Neil Stavem on Connecting Faith, J. Warner Wallace talks about the challenges facing young Christians and how best to prepare them to make the case for what they believe and thrive in our current cultural setting. You can also subscribe …

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J. Warner Wallace on TBN Talking About the Challenges Facing Young Christians (Video)

J. Warner Wallace as interviewed by host Phil Munsey on TBN’s Praise the Lord and discussed the challenges facing young Christians. How can we address the exodus of young people from the Church? What is the role of parents and youth leaders? J. Warner also discusses the release of his …

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Why We Wrote Cold-Case Christianity for Kids (Video)

Susie and I have been training and encouraging young Christians for many years now, both in the context of Children’s Ministry, Youth Ministry and the local Church. Along the way we made our share of mistakes and saw some of our young Christians walk away from the Church in their …

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