Tag Archives: Christian truth

How Christian History Demonstrates That Christianity Has Always Been Evidential (Video)

In this video, recorded as part of the Cold-Case Christianity Course at Southern Evangelical Seminary, J. Warner Wallace describes the rich evidential history of Christianity. Did Jesus think evidence was important? Are we warranted in reinterpreting our traditional notions of “blind faith” and aligning them toward a Biblical definition of “forensic …

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This Is How Christian Case Making Is Impacting Lives in Brazil (Video)

Brazilian Christian Case Maker (and Biola student), Marcelo Palermo (Twitter: @marcelo_palermo, Vimeo: @marcelopalermo) describes his important work in Brazil. May this video encourage you to start teaching apologetics in your local church. Thanks to Marcelo for being an excellent partner! To see more training videos with J. Warner Wallace, visit …

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Why Christians Need to Stop Treating Their Faith Like A Matter of Opinion (Video)

Cheryl Webber from 100 Huntley Street interviews J. Warner Wallace and discusses the important distinction between subjective and objective truth claims. Is Christianity objectively true? If so, what is the danger in treating it like it is just a matter of opinion? View the entire episode and other great video …

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When Should I Stop Looking At Other Religions? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace, author of Cold-Case Christianity, was interviewed by Bobby Conway (The One Minute Apologist). Can I decide Christianity is true even if I have examined every other religious worldview? How can I be sure I have the truth if I haven’t investigated every other theistic system? (For more …

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The Case For Truth (Video)

In this video, J. Warner Wallace teaches high school and college students at Summit Worldview Conference in Manitou Springs, CO. What is the nature of truth? What is the difference between objective and subjective truth and why does it matter? J. Warner talks about three lies related to truth and …

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