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Quick Shot Responses to “It’s narrow-minded to think Jesus is the only way to God” (Cold-Case Christianity S5E7)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner offers a number of brief, rhetorically powerful responses to the objection: “It’s narrow-minded to think Jesus is the only way to God.” In an age of pluralism and diversity, aren’t Christian claims of exclusivity offensive? These Quick Shot responses are …

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The Difference Between Objective and Subjective Truth (Video)

What is the difference between “Objective Truth” and “Subjective Truth”? How can mastery of the distinction between these two definitions help us to think clearly before we begin to examine the case for the Christian Worldview? (from J. Warner’s 2011 talk at Calvary Chapel Bangor) To see more Cold Case …

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Four Lies the Culture Tells About the Truth (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast #11)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner examines four popular misconceptions and misstatements about the nature of objective truth, tolerance and our over-reliance on science. If there are no objective truths (or they can’t be known) there is little reason to examine the truth about God. We …

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