Is the Cold-Case Christianity Approach a Gimmick Or A Valuable Filter?

I am humbled to have the opportunity to teach classes at Talbot Seminary. Several years ago, in my very first class, seventy-four graduate students enrolled and were present for seventeen hours of instruction over two days. They were attentive, eager and accepting. I am definitely not your typical university professor (although I have two graduate … Continue reading Is the Cold-Case Christianity Approach a Gimmick Or A Valuable Filter?