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J. Warner Wallace
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Cold-Case Detective. Author. Senior Fellow at Colson Center. Adjunct Professor of Apologetics at Biola University.
Cold-Case Detective. Author. Senior Fellow at Colson Center. Adjunct Professor of Apologetics at Biola University.

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While it wasn’t God’s purpose to reveal hidden scientific truths to Job in an effort to demonstrate His Deity, the ancient text accurately describes the nature of these constellations and stars.
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Why would an all-loving and all-powerful God allow anyone to suffer? Doesn’t He have the power to stop it? Doesn’t He care enough about us to stop it? Does pain and suffering demonstrate that God doesn’t exist?
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Christian Case Makers can learn something from this simple three step approach
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J. Warner Wallace answers a question related to the Resurrection of Jesus.
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Just arrived: The colorful next book in our Kids Series. Your young Christians can learn how to become Christian Case Makers at www.CaseMakersAcademy.com!
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#childrensministry #homeschoolers #christianhomeschool #christianparenting #casemakers #casemakersacademy #forensicfaith #forensicfaithforkids #apologetics #christianapologetics #raisingchristiankids
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Trajectory decisions are important, and they must be made early.
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Science continues to point to the existence of God
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Join me, as we prepare ourselves to become better Christian Case Makers so we can nurture our students as they engage the battlefield of ideas.
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Is it Biblical to cite evidence when making the case for Christianity? J. Warner talks about the nature of Biblical faith and answers listener phone calls.
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Planned battlefields turn teaching into training.
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