Cold-case homicide detective, J. Warner Wallace, joined the show to discuss the nature of evidence, evidence for God, and the difference between belief that God exists and belief in God. I hope you enjoy our conversation!
- 0:00 – Introduction
- 1:35 – Start an apologetics podcast/youtube channel/blog
- 3:08 – Are you an expert in evidence?
- 6:40 – Are explanations about God inferior because they can’t make future predictions?
- 10:55 – What is the difference between forensic science and observational science?
- 15:30 – Do you have to prove God exists before you can present evidence for God?
- 20:40 – Do all metaphysical explanations have a better natural explanation?
- 24:03 – What if there is something we find in the future that better fits the evidence?
- 29:34 – Why something is still true even when people disagree
- 35:15 – What is the starting point for discussing evidence for God with atheists?
- 42:15 – Why believing that God exists is not enough to be saved
- 46:40 – How do you talk about God with people who believe in God but have shaped him by their own desires?
- 51:38 – Questions on inerrancy
- 57:22 – How would you make a historical argument for the resurrection of Jesus?
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