Tag Archives: presuppositional apologetics

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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Answering Listener Email – Part 2 (Cold Case Christianity Broadcast #64)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner Wallace responds to emails from viewers of the show. (1) Are moral standards simply a matter of personal or cultural preference? (2) Why do Christians view the apostolic martyrdoms as valuable evidence of the veracity of their claims, yet reject …

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Answering Listener Email – Part 1 (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast #63)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner Wallace responds to two emails from viewers of the show. (1) Is it unbiblical to examine evidence to confirm the reliability of the Bible? Shouldn’t we just trust what the Bible says since it is the Word of God? (2) …

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