Christianity As A Cold-Case
Evaluate and employ!
by Rob Kerby, Senior Editor
When detectives investigate cold-cases, they’re investigating events such as murders from the distant past for which there are often no living eyewitnesses and little, if any, direct or forensic evidence to make the case. Detectives learn how to evaluate and employ circumstantial evidence to demonstrate what happened at the scene of the crime. In a similar way, Christianity makes a claim about an event in the distant past for which there are no living eyewitnesses and little, if any, direct or forensic evidence. Those who want to investigate the claims of Christianity can employ cold-case detective skills. J. Warner Wallace’s book, Cold-Case Christianity provides readers with ten important investigative principles.
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