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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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The transcendent Laws of Logic are best accounted for by the existence of a transcendent, logical, perfect and unchanging God.
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What are the common objections to Christianity and how can these be answered? What approach can we take to defend the truth of Christianity?
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If the Laws of Logic aren’t simply a “brute reality” of our universe, could they merely be a matter of human agreement?
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J. Warner Wallace discusses the evidence for Christianity with apologist, Sean McDowell
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While atheists can meet their own personal standards, Christians never achieve the moral perfection of God’s standard.
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Just updated this 8 year extended article related to the data of young believers leaving the Church. Scroll down to the bottom for the latest survey / poll / study results. And let me know if there's any research I've missed!
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The Laws of Logic pre-exist our arrival in the universe. We discover them, and in so doing, discover something about the nature of the universe’s Creator.
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How does our ability to defend truth help us to withstand trials and tribulations? What is the difference between belief THAT and belief IN?
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J. Warner addresses the question: What got you started on your investigation of Christianity? Why did you apply your detective skills to the case for the Resurrection of Jesus?
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