Tag Archives: sharing the truth

Christian Case Making and the American Church (Cold Case Christianity Broadcast #66)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner Wallace is interviewed by Pastor Troy Murphy of Green Bay Community Church about the role of Christian Case Making in the life of the believer and the life of the Church. Be sure to watch the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast on …

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How to Be A Good Christian Case Maker in Our Current Culture (Cold Case Christianity Broadcast #65)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner Wallace is interviewed by Pastor David Fleming of Champion Forest Baptist Church and talks about the importance of becoming a good Christian Case Maker and a specific strategy for selecting those with whom we share what we believe. This excerpt …

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What is the Evidence That Convinced You the Claims of Jesus Christ Were True? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace visits with Bill Parkinson from Fellowship Bible Church (www.fellowshiponline.com) to discuss the nature of truth from a Christian worldview and the role evidence plays in establishing the truth claims of Christianity. To see more training videos with J. Warner Wallace, visit the YouTube playlist. For more information about …

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Ten Reasons We Fail to Share Our Faith (Free Bible Insert)

On Monday I observed how many of us are concerned about our shrinking religious freedom even though we seldom exercise this freedom by sharing the gospel on a regular basis. I listed ten obstacles we must overcome if we hope to be better Christian Case Makers. In this blog post, …

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If Religious Freedom Is So Important, Why Do So Few of Us Exercise it?

Religious freedom has certainly been in the news over the past few years, given the controversy over many elements of President Obama’s healthcare program and the recent religious freedom bills in Indiana and Arkansas. But if I am honest, I sometimes wonder why we, as Christians, are so concerned about …

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How Christian Case Making Impacts the Convinced, the Opposed, and the Undecided

I spoke to a group of students at The Ohio State University on Monday evening at the request of their Ratio Christi chapter director, Eric Chabot. If you aren’t familiar with Eric’s work, you probably aren’t following my Twitter feed, where I feature Eric’s blog often. Prior to the event, …

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Conversations with Atheists: Four Observations (Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast #7)

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner provides four observations from his youth ministry trips to UC Berkeley. These simple observations may help you improve the quality of your discussions with non-believers and help you better understand the underlying issues in some of these conversations. J. Warner …

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Speaking Christianese and the Evangelistic Danger of Low Expectations (Podcast)

In this podcast, J. Warner talks about the habit many of us of speaking Christianese, the distinctive (and often confusing) language of the Christian faith. How can we learn to communicate important Christian concepts without sounding like we’re speaking Greek? Jim also discusses the dangerous consequences resulting from low expectations …

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