Examining Islam: is it a reasonable faith to trust?

In the wake of 9/11, life in the United States, and throughout the world, permanently changed. Not only was American security threatened and freedoms lost (one simply can’t board an airplane without being scanned, analyzed, and profiled into some governmental data system), but a religion most Americans knew little of hit the front pages: […]

By |October 30th, 2017|blog|6 Comments

What Every Christian Should Know about a “Forensic Faith”

How do you answer this basic question: “Why are you a Christian?” In his latest book, Forensic Faith, J. (Jim) Warner Wallace challenges Christians with this central question. He appeals to believers to provide an answer that isn’t simply based on a personal experience, but based on what he calls a “Forensic Faith,” which is […]

By |July 10th, 2017|blog|5 Comments

Cold Case Christianity for Kids!

I just received my copy of Cold Case Christianity for Kids, a book written by one of my Biola professors, J. (Jim) Warner Wallace, who spent decades in a career as a Cold Case Detective. The “cold-case” detective skills are some of the most difficult to harness because guys like Jim have to solve […]

By |October 3rd, 2016|blog|0 Comments

God’s Crime Scene – a book review

Is it an oxymoron to say God has a “crime scene?” Obviously God cannot commit any crime, but J. Warner Wallace’s new book, God’s Crime Scene, utilizes what he’s learned in over 20-years as a cold-case homicide detective to investigate the biggest mysteries of life—the nature of our universe, and how we got here.

In his […]

By |August 1st, 2015|blog|0 Comments

WANTED: Christians Thinkers! Why we need to “think” more than ever

So many Christians I know are too comfortable in their sphere of knowledge, and unfortunately, that sphere is getting too small. If we are to fulfill the great commission, we’ve got to learn more about our faith, especially in today’s culture. Now, in Western culture (all cultures that are directly influenced by Europe from […]

By |March 21st, 2015|blog|12 Comments