James "Jim" Warner Wallace is an American homicide detective and Christian apologist. He has authored several books, including Cold-Case Christianity, God’s Crime Scene and Forensic Faith.
James also hosts The Cold-Case Christianity Podcast.
In this episode of the podcast J. Warner Wallace talks with Cissie Graham Lynch about the nature and importance of truth, and why it’s important for us to have practical tools to be able to give a reason about our faith. Be sure to subscribe to Cissie’s excellent podcast, Fearless with Cissie Craham Lynch.
In this episode of Incarnate Investigation, Jimmy Wallace (J. Warner’s son) taps into his experience as a police officer and pastor’s kid (PK) to discuss the importance of training young believers. Jimmy draws on his experience serving and learning in the church to describe the importance of raising the bar for young people. Incarnate Investigation podcasts will be featured occasionally as part of the Cold-Case Christianity Podcast collection.
In this episode of the podcast, J. Warner discusses the difference between “social justice” and “Biblical justice”. This program was recorded when J. Warner guest hosted the Cross Examined Radio Show and answered a listener email about the nature of “social justice”. What is the definition of this term and how do people typically interpret it? Is social justice commanded in the Jewish and Christian scriptures? Is there a difference between “social justice” and “biblical justice”? If so, how do these two terms differ and how are we, as Christians supposed to respond in this area? J. Warner delineates the differences using an investigative template. Be sure to subscribe to the CrossExamined Podcast.
In this episode of the podcast, J. Warner joins Bill Arnold on Faith Radio to talk about a brief overview of the evidence for Christianity before describing why it’s so important to move away from personal experience when describing Christianity to others. J. Warner also answers listeners questions. Be sure to subscribe to Bill’s excellent podcast.
In this podcast, J. Warner joins Stand to Reason’s Amy Hall to answer questions in an episode of #STRAsk. Is it wrong to call Mormon missionaries “elders”? Is it a good or bad idea to have an atheist come speak to a youth group? How should I respond if, when I ask an atheist if he thinks God exists, he says, “Which God?” How can we know whether or not life catastrophes are punishments as they often were in the Old Testament? Be sure to subscribe to Stand to Reason’s great lineup of podcasts.