Tag Archives: faith and reason

Quick Shot Responses to “You’re Only a Christian Because You Were Raised in a Christian Culture” (Cold-Case Christianity S5E22)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner offers a number of brief, rhetorically powerful responses to the objection: “You’re Only a Christian Because You Were Raised in a Christian Culture.” Do Christians in America (or any Christian culture) believe what we believe simply because we were raised …

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Quick Shot Responses to “There is No Such Thing as Sin” (Cold-Case Christianity S5E21)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner offers a number of brief, rhetorically powerful responses to the objection: “There is No Such Thing as Sin.” Isn’t the concept of “sin” simply a matter of opinion? Why should I accept what Christianity says about “sin”? Isn’t “sin” just …

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Quick Shot: “Christianity is anti-science”

Our “Quick Shot” series offers brief answers to common objections to the Christian worldview. Each response is limited to one paragraph. These responses are designed to (1) answer the objection as concisely as possible, (2) challenge the objector to think more deeply about his or her claim, and (3) facilitate …

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Quick Shot Responses to “Being a Good Person is All That Really Matters” (Cold-Case Christianity S5E18)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner offers a number of brief, rhetorically powerful responses to the objection: “Being a Good Person is All That Really Matters.” Doesn’t God care more about your behavior than your religious beliefs? Why should anyone believe that God wouldn’t simply honor …

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Is Atheism the Default Worldview? Responding to the “God of the Gaps” Challenge (Video)

J. Warner Wallace was interviewed by Stelman Smith of the Unapologetic Apologists and addressed the nature of the atheistic worldview, including the claim that atheism ought to be our default position as investigators, and the charge that Christians default to God as a “God of the Gaps” reflex whenever they …

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