But even if you should suffer for the sake of righteousness, you are blessed. And do not fear their intimidation, and do not be troubled, but sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you yet with gentleness and reverence; and keep a good conscience so that in the thing in which you are slandered, those who revile your good behavior in Christ will be put to shame.  1 Peter 3: 14-16

In this video, J. Warner joins Stand to Reason’s Amy Hall to answer questions in an episode of #STRAsk. They answer a question submitted through Twitter: Why should we trust the Biblical authors, especially when there aren’t early stories about Jesus from non-Christians?...

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Wednesday, 15 January 2020 22:30

Can Science Explain Everything? (Video)

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J. Warner Wallace is interviewed by Impact 360and describes the limits of science in explaining the universe in which we live. Can physics and chemistry explain everything we see in the universe? If it can’t, are we reasonable in looking to God as an explanation? If you have young believers...

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In this episode of Incarnate Investigation, Jimmy Wallace (J. Warner’s son) taps into his experience as a police officer and pastor’s kid (PK) to discuss the relationship between action and passion. Can you restore your Christian passion by simply developing a more interactive faith?...

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Haden Clark from Help Me Believe interviews J. Warner Wallace for the Help Me Believe YouTube Channel. Haden comments that one common observation of seminary students is that rigorous theological study, especially when it aims at the creation of term papers and studies, can sometime...

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imageAs a youth bi-vocational youth pastor, I quickly learned the difference between teaching and training, especially when it comes to preparing the next generation of Christians to grow in their confidence and spiritual maturity. While teaching provides an opportunity to learn truth, training directs...

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In this video, J. Warner joins Stand to Reason’s Amy Hall to answer questions in an episode of #STRAsk. They answer a question submitted through Twitter: There are times when the special revelation of Scripture doesn’t seem to align with the findings of secular scientists....

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In this video, recorded at a Fearless Faith Seminar, J. Warner Wallace helps answer an audience question: If God is in control of everything, and if God knows the beginning from the end, how can we, as humans, have any free will?

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Tuesday, 07 January 2020 17:40

Is the Christian Faith an Evidential Faith? (Podcast)

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In this blast from the past, J. Warner examines the unique nature of the Christian worldview. What is the nature of “true faith”? Is it wrong to want evidence to support the claims of Christianity? Is my faith “weak” because it demands rationality and evidential support? In...

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Cold case detective, J. Warner Wallace discusses Cold-Case Christianity with Brady Blevins from the Atheist Christian Book Club. In this clip, J. Warner answers an objection leveled by an atheist in the group: Many scholars believe the Gospels are written after the destruction of the...

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imageThe weekly schedule. Monday, Tuesday, work all day, Tuesday night bible study, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, back to the grind, Saturday, try to get back on track, doing errands, seeing the family, Sunday, church in the morning, last minute things before the week starts in the afternoon, Monday,...

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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...

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Cold case detective, J. Warner Wallace discusses Cold-Case Christianity with Brady Blevins from the Atheist Christian Book Club. In this clip, J. Warner answers an objection leveled by an atheist in the group: If the universe is old, why would god allow death and destruction in the...

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In this podcast, J. Warner is interviewed by the hosts of the Centre for Public Christianity Podcast and tackles the question: Why are we all so obsessed with crime stories? Along the way, J. Warner also lays out the case for Christianity. You can visit the Centre for Public Christianity at their...

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In this video, J. Warner joins Stand to Reason’s Amy Hall to answer questions in an episode of #STRAsk. They answer a question submitted through Twitter: Given all the traditional metaphors and analogies given for the Trinity, can any of them be trusted. Should any of them be used...

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Sunday, 29 December 2019 17:41

Tips for Teaching Christian Truth to Gen Z

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imageHave you ever struggled to communicate the truth of Christianity to your teen (or pre-teen) children? You’re not alone. Even those of us who feel properly equipped to understand what Christianity teaches, sometimes struggle to transfer our knowledge and passion for Christianity to our kids....

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Haden Clark from Help Me Believe interviews J. Warner Wallace for the Help Me Believe YouTube Channel. Even if we can make an adequate case for the reliability of the New Testament (or the Bible in general), why should we consider the Bible to be Divine (in addition to reliable)? Is...

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Cold case detective, J. Warner Wallace, answers questions following a presentation at Ohio State University. Why do Christian believe in – and expect – an afterlife? Is our belief in Heaven and Hell based purely on the teaching of the Bible? Is there any other good reason to expect a...

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In this blast from the past, J. Warner describes the nature of “Responsive Christianity”. Why do some of us call ourselves “Evangelical Christians”? Is evangelism an important part of what it means to be a Christian? Are all of us called to be evangelists? What if we...

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imageOur goal here at ColdCaseChristianity.com is to help Christian Case Makers become the best “One Dollar Apologists” we can be. Part of this effort is to focus on important strategies that will help you increase your cultural impact, including your ability to make better visual...

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In this video, recorded as part of the Cold-Case Christianity Course at Southern Evangelical Seminary, J. Warner Wallace describes the reason why Christians are not alone in their duty to provide evidence for their worldview. Atheists who believe every feature of the universe can be explained...

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In this interview with Jerry Newcombe for D. James Kennedy Ministries, J. Warner discusses the evidence for the reliability of the New Testament accounts related to Jesus. As Christmas approaches, how can we be sure that our information about Jesus is reliable? Be sure to visit the D. James Kennedy...

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I’m often asked to make the case for the reliability of the Gospels in spite of the presence of scribal variants throughout the text. Remember that criminal courts do not require eyewitnesses to be inerrant to be considered reliable. In order to illustrate the trustworthiness of the text, I typically offer the following hypothetical. First,

In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner Wallace presents a plenary session at the 2016 Reasons to Believe AMP Conference. What are the rules of evidence and how can these rules help us to make the case for Christianity? J. Warner explores several key characteristics of evidence that will help you become a better

Wednesday, 27 July 2016 01:15

Dumping the Term: “Christian Apologist”

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Most of us who have taken the time to defend what we believe as Christians are familiar with the term, “apologetics”. It comes from a Greek word used by Christian authors: ἀπολογία (apologia). This word appears seventeen times in the New Testament, as either a noun or a verb. Most

J. Warner Wallace discusses the importance of an evidential faith and the unique evidential nature of Christianity. This clip is excerpted from Pastor Jack Hibb’s Weekly television show, “Real Life with Jack Hibbs,” where J. Warner was interviewed about the importance of the Fearless Faith conferences.

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