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A homicide detective investigates the claims of the Gospels.  J. Warner Wallace, author of “Cold-Case Christianity” writes that we can believe because of the evidence not in spite of it.


Diana Kay reports

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J. Warner Wallace was a devout atheist.  Then he realized that Christianity was a lot like the cold cases he solved as a homicide detective.  When Wallace applied his skills as an expert detective to the assertions of the New Testament he realized that the case for Christianity was as convincing as any case he’d ever worked as a detective.


:26  “gospel accounts”


Jim says that his conversion from atheism to Christianity didn't happen overnight.


:35  “ah ha moment”


Cold-Case Christianity is a retelling of Jim’s journey but Jim says it was clear that God was calling him to something.


:27  “very powerful”


Jim says if you know that the Gospels are true then you are more likely to feel confident about sharing them.


:34  “about what we believe”


As an investigator Jim uses ten investigative tools and he uses those same tools in his search for Christianity.


:22  “of the past”


The evidence of Christianity has been the same for many years and in his book Cold-Case Christianity Jim explains what the rules of evidence are.


:27  “your own certainty”


Jim says no matter how far he has come in his Christian walk he considers himself a work in progress.


:30  “work in progress”


J. Warner Wallace says he is learning new things every day and blogs about his findings daily.


:18  “daily blog”


If you would like more information about J. Warner Wallace visit ColdCaseChristianity.com.  Cold-Case Christianity by J. Warner Wallace is published by David C Cook.


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