Cold-Case Christianity

J. Warner Wallace, a cold-case homicide detective, and his wife, Susie, tell how he applied his investigative skills to his study of the Bible, sure he could prove it wrong. To his amazement, the witness accounts set forth in the Gospels seemed compellingly true and trustworthy. The Wallaces explain that unreasonable faith believes something that’s not true. Blind faith knows something is true, but can’t prove it. Forensic faith, however, is having good evidence that something is true and believing it. That’s where we want our kids to be as they understand the Scriptures.

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Forensic Faith

Why believe in Christ? J. Warner Wallace, along with his wife, Susie, explain that forensic faith is having good evidence that something is true and believing it.

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Who Do They Think You Are?

J. Warner and Susie Wallace recall how they investigated the Gospels and eventually believed that what the Scriptures said about God and their own condition and needs was true.

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Trusting the Eye Witness

J. Warner Wallace, a cold-case homicide detective, and his wife, Susie, tell how he applied his investigative skills to his study of the Bible, sure he could prove it wrong.

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