Tag Archives: nature of God

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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The Importance (and Early Use) of Creeds

Creeds (formal statements of Christian belief) have fallen on hard times. Many Christians are uncomfortable with such objection proclamations of the exclusive Christian truth claims. But, the Christian worldview has always been a “confessional” worldview. It has been grounded in the reliable record of eyewitnesses who confessed what they saw …

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Who Created God? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace answers questions about Christianity in his “Think Like a Detective”series on RightNow Media, the “Netflix of Christian Bible Studies”. In this video, J. Warner talks about the nature of God while answering a common objection: If God is the creator of everything, who created God? Did God create …

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What Will We Experience in Heaven?

There are good reasons to believe we are more than simple material beings. If we are living souls (as described in Christian Scripture), there’s no reason to think our true immaterial nature will be limited by the fate of our physical bodies. Our expectations of justice, satisfaction and joy (given …

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Is Heaven Reasonable? (Free Bible Insert)

Humans have been thinking about life after death from the earliest of times. Heaven has been the topic of ancient authors and contemporary thinkers. Countless books, movies and television programs have been produced on the topic. This year’s entry, Heaven is for Real, continues the long tradition of fascination with …

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What is the Essential Christian Truth About the Nature of God? (Podcast)

In this blast from the past, J. Warner Wallace examines the classic theological definition of God. What must we, as Christians, agree on related to God’s nature? Can we be wrong about the nature of God and still be ‘saved’? Can other groups (such as Mormons or Jehovah’s Witnesses) have …

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