Tag Archives: Evidence

Why Are You A Christian? (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast #16)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner asks an important question: If you’re a Christian, why is this the case? How we answer this question is critically important given the growingly hostile nature of our culture related to classical Christianity. J. Warner reviews some of the answers …

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Religious Experience as Evidence (Podcast)

In this blast from the past, J. Warner examines the nature of religious experience. Can experiences such as these serve as an evidence for the existence of God? Can we trust our experiences? Is there some way to test test such experiences to make sure they are from God? Subscribe …

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The Cumulative Case for Christianity: Death by a 1,000 Paper Cuts

Following Dateline’s airing of our latest cold-case (“The Wire”), I received a number of concerned emails from viewers who felt there simply wasn’t enough evidence to be certain Douglas Bradford killed Lynne Knight. I think I can see their point. Dateline has done an excellent job chronicling four of our …

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Why Do People Deny a Truth Claim? (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast #15)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner talks about the importance of presuppositions when considering a truth claim. Using analogies from cold-case trials, J. Warner compares the lives of two well-known Biblical scholars as he describes the power of presuppositional bias. (For more information, visit www.ColdCaseChristianity.com) Here …

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Why Do Two People See the Same Evidence Differently?

I’ve been involved in jury trials for the past 25 years; I can’t even remember how many I’ve testified in as a police officer and detective. More recently (for the past 15 years or so) I’ve been involved in many high profile cold-case trials (four of these have been featured …

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Were the Gospel Authors Biased? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace, author of Cold-Case Christianity, spoke at the University of Kentucky Christian Student Fellowship in November 2014 about the reliability of the New Testament. In this portion of the talk, J. Warner examines the potential bias of the New Testament authors. (For more information related to Christian Student …

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Is the Christian Faith Evidentially Reasonable? (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast #9)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner makes a case for the reasonable nature of the Christian Worldview. Does Christianity require blind faith? Are we to accept the claims of Christianity without evidence or even in spite of the evidence? Or are we called, as Christians, to …

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