Bulletproof Your Faith

Deconstructing is a growing topic in Christian circles. It's where people turn their back on their faith after questioning it. Unfortunately, the Christian celebrities who do it tend to preach their deconstruction.  Skillet frontman John Cooper has always taken issue with it, recently in an Instagram story post. His wife shared it to her feed … Continue reading Bulletproof Your Faith

Too Good to be False: How Jesus’ Incomparable Character Reveals His Reality; A Book Review

I kept hearing about this book on all my favorite podcasts about Jesus. It took a different look at him, at what he didn't say. It looked at his character and how Jesus wasn't too good to be true, but too good to even be false. No once could make up anyone like him. Naturally, I bought it.

Cold Case Christianity; A Book Review

What happens when an atheist detective who mocked Christians investigates the Gospels like one of his cold case murder investigations? His world gets rocked. He didn't want it to be true. Except for the evidence from his years of investigating, it was staring him in the face. J.Warner Wallace turned that investigation into a book called Cold-Case Christianity.

God’s Crime Scene; A Book Review

One of the first apologists (oops, he prefers Christian Casemaker, which sounds better admittedly) I came across after I was saved was J. Warner Wallace. I listened to all his podcasts, both Please Convince Me and Cold-Case Christianity. Why did I like him so much? He's a detective, and I'm a fan of Batman and Sherlock Holmes. This means he's an evidentialist. The book we'll look at today is the second in a series, though it should be the first. It builds a case for a creator god, but not the God of the Bible.