The Best Introduction to Apologetics
A Review of Cold-Case Christianity by J. Warner Wallace
by Matt Rawlings
Most apologetic books intimidate Christians. Unintentionally, many defenders of the faith speak above the experience of Christians who haven’t been exposed to philosophy, science or ancient history since college or even high school. In the past when fellow believers have asked me for recommendations for books, I have stated, “read this…but this part and this part may be a little tough.” The handful of works that successfully attempt to meet the average reader where they are still tend to be a bit dry. Thankfully, L. A. County homicide detective and former atheist J. Warner Wallace has written Cold-Case Christianity (David C. Cook 2013) an accessible and compelling defense of the faith.
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In a brisk 288 pages, Wallace applies the skills he uses to crack cold cases to the Gospels. He uses fascinating examples from his more than 15 years of solving seemingly unsolvable crimes to illustrate his investigative methods. The result is a strong and even fun defense of the trustworthiness of the Gospel accounts of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ…
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