Category Archives: Christian Apologists

Forensic Faith 101: Do you have an accidental or evidential faith?

Why am I a Christian and not a Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist or Atheist? If I answer “because that is what I grew up with,” or “because I had an experience,” or “because I just feel that it is true” then I have an accidental faith. The problem with an accidental faith is that it is… Continue Reading

Case-Making 101: Nabeel Qureshi, please pray for him

I am dedicating this week’s post to Nabeel Qureshi, Christian Apologist and our brother in Christ, who is battling stage four stomach cancer at the young age of 34. One of the main reasons for highlighting Nabeel this week is to ask all of you to become prayer warriors for him and his family as… Continue Reading

Case-Making 101: Forensic Faith

“J. Warner Wallace’s ‘Forensic Faith’ completes the trilogy of wonderful books making the evidentiary case for the historicity and veracity of the Christian faith in language that twenty-first [century] Americans can clearly and readily understand. I have seldom seen an approach to verifying the truth claims of the Christian faith that is more effective than… Continue Reading

Case-Making 101: Why do all Christians need to be case-making apologists?

Why is there a need for Christians to make a case? We find ourselves in a “post-Christian,” and some would argue “anti-Christian,” western culture today, and the fact that more and more young people are identify their religion as “none” is alarming. Major research groups are now reporting that “nones” have taken over as the… Continue Reading

Case-Making 101: A Case for the Trinity

In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth…God saw all that he had made, and behold, it was very good. Genesis 1:1, 31a Then God said, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness… Genesis 1:26a In the beginning God… The Bible never argues God it assumes God, and it assumes… Continue Reading

Case-Making 101: Why should every Christian be a student of their faith?

This past week we began a new class in our 2017 Case for Christianity series called “A Case for the Creator and a study in Genesis.” Why should every Christian be a student of their faith and attend classes like this one? I’ve had people tell me that classes like these are too hard, or… Continue Reading

Case-Making 101: Is there good evidence to believe in creation vs. evolution for the origin of life?

It is important to have good resources to answer this question and others so many people have today about Christianity and the Bible. Doubts and questions about the Christian faith, and the Bible in particular, usually start at a young age as most statistics show. This is mainly due to the secularization of our public… Continue Reading

Case-Making 101: Cold-Case Christianity for Kids and Adults!

Cold-Case Christianity for Kids, Investigate Jesus With A Real Detective “Here’s a creative, clear, and compelling primer that will sharpen the reasoning skills of kids. They’ll love the detective approach to the evidence for faith!”  Lee Strobel, bestselling author of “The Case for Christ.” Watch this brief introduction by J. Warner Wallace: It is important to have… Continue Reading

Case-Making 101: Why is there a need to make a case for Christianity?

 Why is there a need to make a case? We find ourselves in a “post-Christian,” and some would argue “anti-Christian,” western culture today, and the fact that more and more young people are identify their religion as “none” is alarming. Major research groups are now reporting that “nones” have taken over as the third largest… Continue Reading

Case-Making 101: Part 5 of 5, Honoring A Few of the Experts in Christian Apologetics

Of all the notable experts out there in Christian Apologetics Dr. William Lane Craig, Dr. J.P. Moreland, and Dr. Clay Jones would have to fall at the top of the list. I was fortunate enough to have had the privilege of studying under these guys during my time in Biola University’s Christian Apologetics Graduate Program.… Continue Reading