Free Audiobook: ‘Cold-Case Christianity’ by J. Warner Wallace

Were the Gospel Writers…

…(1) Present?, (2) Corroborated? (3) Accurate? (4) Biased? In short, can we trust that what we read in the Gospels is true? Former cold case homicide detective — and former atheist — J. Warner Wallace (adjunct professor at Biola University) applies the same criteria he used while on the force to examine the eyewitness accounts of Christ. The author of God’s Crime Scene strongly argues for the reliability and historicity of the Gospels.1

Table of Contents

Preface

LEARN TO BE A DETECTIVE: Ten important principles every aspiring detective needs to master

Section 1

Chapter 1 Principle #1: DON’T BE A “KNOW-IT-ALL”
Chapter 2 Principle #2: LEARN HOW TO “INFER”
Chapter 3 Principle #3: THINK “CIRCUMSTANTIALLY”
Chapter 4 Principle #4: TEST YOUR WITNESSES
Chapter 5 Principle #5: HANG ON EVERY WORD
Chapter 6 Principle #6: SEPARATE ARTIFACTS FROM EVIDENCE
Chapter 7 Principle #7: RESIST CONSPIRACY THEORIES
Chapter 8 Principle #8: RESPECT THE “CHAIN OF CUSTODY”
Chapter 9 Principle #9: KNOW WHEN “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH”
Chapter 10 Principle #10: PREPARE FOR AN ATTACK

Section 2 EXAMINE THE EVIDENCE: Applying the principles of investigation to the claims of the New Testament

Chapter 11 WERE THEY PRESENT?
Chapter 12 WERE THEY CORROBORATED?
Chapter 13 WERE THEY ACCURATE?
Chapter 14 WERE THEY BIASED?

Postscript BECOMING A “TWO DECISION” CHRISTIAN2

C4C highly recommends Cold-Case Christianity, and there are at least 10 good reasons to add Kindle eBooks and Audible audiobooks to your library. To download your free copy of this audiobook, visit the “How Do I Get My Free Audiobook?” section of the CatchForChrist.net Free Audiobook Library Listing page.

Sources

  1. This description first appeared in a CatchForChrist Instagram post.
  2. Wallace, J. Warner. Cold-Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels (Kindle Locations 21-47). David C. Cook. Kindle Edition.
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