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J. Warner Wallace

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J. Warner Wallace is both a detective (currently working cold case homicides), a missions leader and a church planter. He started his career as a designer (earning a BFA from California State University at Long Beach and a Master’s in Architecture from UCLA). He eventually joined a law enforcement agency in Los Angeles County and has been a police officer and detective for nearly 25 years. Jim wasn’t raised as a Christian. In fact, he was a conscientious and vocal atheist until he was 35 years old and always considered himself to be an “evidentialist”. His experience in law enforcement only served to strengthen his conviction that truth was tied directly to evidence. But J. Warner eventually took a serious and expansive look at the evidence ...more

Why Unforgiving People Are So UnforgivingI was in the studio yesterday with Frank Sontag for his KKLA radio program in Los Angeles. We were talking about Cold Case Christianity and the transformation I experienced when I first became a Christian. As an atheist, I embraced a moral code very similar to the Christians I knew. I didn’t have to be a Christian to recognize what was morally virtuous and what was not (Romans 2:14-15); I spent...

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"This book won't hit the shelves until August 2015, but I read an ARC, and am quite impressed. The perspective is unique, from the point of view of a homicide detective. Looking for all kinds of clues relating to why God is, and why only God could..." Read more of this review »
" Thanks so much Brett, may God bless you as well! "
" No I think the case for theism or deism is so strong that it is easier to attack Christianity. "
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Robert Fonseca is on page 80 of 288 of Cold-Case Christianity: Great point in the chapter "Test Your Witness." The author says, witnesses seldom agree on every detail, when they agree on every detail either they have contaminated each others stories or it's collusion. He expects reliable witnesses to disagree along the way.
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"Well written, with solid evidential arguments in defense of orthodox Biblical Christianity. Wallace brings such a fresh and unique perspective, with years of qualified investigative experience. Applied to the realm of biblical historicity and auth..." Read more of this review »
" VERY interesting stuff. LOVED that dialogue. Thanks for sending it Marc, you blessed me. "
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“Biased people are seen as prejudicial and unfair, arrogant and overly confident of their position. Nobody wants to be identified as someone who is biased or opinionated. But make no mistake about it, all of us have a point of view; all of us hold opinions and ideas that color the way we see the world. Anyone who tells you that he (or she) is completely objective and devoid of presuppositions has another more important problem: that person is either astonishingly naive or a liar.”
J. Warner Wallace, Cold-Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels

“Christianity is a statement which, if false, is of no importance, and, if true, is of infinite importance. The one thing it cannot be is moderately important.”
J. Warner Wallace, Cold-Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels

“Tolerance used to be the attitude that we took toward one another when we disagreed about an important issue; we would agree to treat each other with respect, even though we refused to embrace each other’s view on a particular topic. Tolerance is now the act of recognizing and embracing all views as equally valuable and true, even though they often make opposite truth claims.”
J. Warner Wallace, Cold-Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels

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J. Wallace Support STR this month with a donation and you can request a copy of "Cold Case Christianity" as STR's gift! http://tinyurl.com/a6frgv2


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J. Wallace Thanks Luke. I'll be reviewing the books on my list in greater detail later this week!


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