Tag Archives: reasons to believe

Do Christians Believe Simply Because They Were Raised In A Christian Environment? (Podcast)

In this blast from the past, J. Warner responds to a common atheistic claim: Skeptics argue that Christians believe Christianity is true simply because they were raised in a Christian culture. If believers were raised in a Muslim culture (according to the skeptics), they would believe that Islam is true …

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How the Church Can Respond to the Challenges That Face Us (Cold Case Christianity Broadcast #69)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner Wallace discusses the importance of an evidential faith and the unique evidential nature of Christianity. This episode includes footage from Pastor Jack Hibbs’ Weekly television show, “Real Life with Jack Hibbs,” where J. Warner was interviewed about the importance of …

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Good Reasons to Trust the Gospels As Eyewitness Accounts (Video)

J. Warner Wallace is interviewed by Lee Strobel and describes the investigative template he used to investigate the reliability of the New Testament Gospels. This clip is excerpted from a Sunday morning service at Woodlands Church in Woodlands, Texas. To see more interview videos with J. Warner Wallace, visit the …

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How the Standard of Proof Helped a Skeptic Become a Christian (Video)

J. Warner Wallace is interviewed by Lee Strobel and describes his journey from skepticism to faith. Can a proper understanding of the “standard of proof” help someone overcome their skepticism? This clip is excerpted from a Sunday morning service at Woodlands Church in Woodlands, Texas. To see more interview videos …

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Why I’m A Christian Evidentialist

Last weekend as I taught the first Cold-Case Christianity class at Biola University as part of their Master’s Degree program in Christian Apologetics, the issue of evidentialism was raised by one of the students. Christian apologists are sometimes divided between presuppositionalists (who presuppose the Bible is Divine revelation) and evidentialists …

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