I’m sure that most of you know about J. Warner Wallace. But just in case .…… click on this link for a detailed overview. In addition, here is another overview as provided by wikipedia.org Jim’s website is coldcasechristianity.com/
Jim was not always a friend to Christianity.
Jim was an atheist for 35 years.
Jim was a Police Officer and eventually advanced to Detective. Along the way, he developed a healthy respect for the role of evidence in discerning truth, and his profession gave him ample opportunity to press into proactive practise what he had learned about the nature and power of evidence.
Throughout all of this, he remained an “angry atheist”, hostile to Christianity and largely dismissive of Christians. However, when J. Warner took time to be honest with himself, he had to admit that he never took the time to examine the evidence for the Christian Worldview without the bias and presupposition of naturalism.
He never gave the case for Christianity a fair shake. When he finally examined the evidence fairly, he found it difficult to deny, especially if he hoped to retain his respect for the way evidence is utilized to determine truth.
J. Warner found the evidence for Christianity to be convincing.
Jim’s website is exceptional with a very large variety of Christian resources in various media formats. What I specifically like about the evidence that Jim produces is that he has done his homework and he applies the expertise that he has gained in examining evidence in a most logical and systematic manner when dealing with Christian claims. Consequently J. Warner Wallace is one of the most respected and influential Christian Apologists of our time.
What some of you may not be aware of is that Jim has a number of excellent videos that are available on YouTube. I will provide the links to some of them here and if you have not already viewed them, I would strongly encourage you to do so.
And for good measure I’m going to include a podcast link where Jim is interviewed and speaks about the role that his wife, Susie, played in listening to God’s call.