Cold Case Christianity

When a cold-case detective decides to use his analytical skills to evaluate the Bible or the evidence for God, it can be a fascinating journey. In his previous book, Cold Case Christianity, J. Warner Wallace applied time-tested investigative tools and techniques to evaluate the claims of the gospels. This time his book, God’s Crime Scene, applies those same techniques to examine the universe as a crime scene.
He invites the reader to sit on a jury as he makes a compelling case for God’s existence. He sifts through the clues and develops a profile of the suspect. That would be an uncaused, intelligent designer who is all-powerful, non-spatial and non-material. Eight chapters investigate various clues while building a profile.

( Read the rest of this commentary, or listen to it Crime Scene.)

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