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J. Warner Wallace
Works at Biola University
Attended Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary
Lives in Southern California
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Teaching Apologetics? Get FREE PowerPoint, Teaching Outlines and Videos for all 8 Chapters of God's Crime Scene! https://goo.gl/SiVGld
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What are the factors involved in the flight of young believers? 
J. Warner Wallace discusses the reason so many young Christians take a break from the Church in their college years.
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Working on the next kids book this week - God's Crime Scene for Kids! Another academy adventure begins in October! http://www.coldcasechristianityforkids.com/
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Maybe it’s time for each of us to examine our own life to see what we truly worship. Do we trust our own performance as Christians? Do we spend our time and resources appropriately? Have we allowed some activity or person to become our object of worship? Have we become our own object of worship? It’s time to return worship to its rightful recipient. The Being that justifies us is still our God.
What is your object of worship? What does it mean to worship in spirit and truth? Does the nature of your daily Christian life identify your God?
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Yes, an APOLOGETICS book CAN break the top 10 in all Christian Children's books (https://goo.gl/31vra5) Kid's love to investigate the truth about Jesus. And they can do so at our Academy (http://www.coldcasechristianityforkids.com/)
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Thanks to Pastor @GregLaurie for featuring Cold-Case Christianity on the A New Beginning Radio Show and podcast this month! - https://goo.gl/qCBrDh
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When students see our passion and humility as learners, they are far more likely to be passionate learners themselves. We may not dress like them, talk like them, or listen to their music, but we can be passionate about them and show them our desire to learn with them.
What does it mean to be "young at heart"? We need to be passionate and teachable if we hope to connect with people and teach young Christians.
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Follow me on Twitter to read the best articles from over 600 Apologetics bloggers! https://twitter.com/jwarnerwallace
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Join us if you're in the Franklin TN area at the end of the month! http://www.gracechapel.net/events-detail/why-jesus
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Young people ought to be the group Christian Case Makers are trying to reach. If we focus on students and take the robust approach I am suggesting, older folks like me will be happy to come along for the ride.
How should we teach students in our youth ministry? What does the case look like when young people are the jury?
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What did Jesus teach about his own identity? What does the evidence of Scripture tell us about this teaching?
What did Jesus teach about his own identity? What does the evidence of Scripture tell us about this teaching?
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When skeptics challenge the reliability of the Gospels, they often point to apparent contradictions in the accounts to make their case. One example of this can be found by comparing the demoniacs of Gadara mentioned in Matthew 8:28-34 to the demoniac of Gerasa described in Mark 5:1-20.
Do variations in the story of Jesus' healing of the demoniac in Mark 5 and Matthew 8 demonstrate the New Testament is unreliable?
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Introduction

J. Warner Wallace is a Cold-Case Detective, an Adjunct Professor at Biola University (MA in Christian Apologetics Program) a Christian Case Maker, and the author of Cold-Case Christianity

Education
  • Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary
    Theological Studies, 2005
  • University of California, Los Angeles
    Architecture, 1988
  • California State University, Long Beach
    Design, 1985
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Other names
Jim Wallace, "Hey you!"
Work
Occupation
Cold Case Detective and Christian Case Maker
Skills
Detecting stuff...
Employment
  • Biola University
    Adjunct Professor, 2014 - present
    Adjunct Professor of Apologetics, Master of Arts in Christian Apologetics Program
  • Police Department
    Cold Case Detective, 1988 - present
    Cold-Case Detective
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Currently
Southern California