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Salvo 42

Salvo 42

Department: Blip — Topic: ChristianitySalvo #42

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A review of J. Warner Wallace's Forensic Faith: A Homicide Detective Makes the Case for a More Reasonable, Evidential Christian Faith by Terrell Clemmons


J. Warner Wallace often asks professing Christians, "Why are you a Christian?" Answers usually resemble one of the following: "I was raised that way," or "Because of experiences I've had," or "I just know . . ." The one response he seldom hears is, "I'm a Christian because I believe it's true."

This is something Wallace is out to change. In his first book, Cold Case Christianity, he wrote about his conversion from atheism to Christianity and presented a reasoned, evidential case . . .


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