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The pressures of living up to your calling are enormous. But your life doesn’t have to be at the mercy of the current. There’s a bigger story afoot than the river you’re standing in at the moment. Shane Morris interviews those who have stood against the stream of culture and discusses the ways you can be an active participant in God’s work of restoration.
 
The Cold-Case Christianity Podcast is hosted by J. Warner Wallace. J. Warner is a Dateline featured cold-case homicide detective, Senior Fellow at the Colson Center for Christian Worldview, adjunct professor of apologetics at Biola University and a faculty member at Summit Ministries. The Cold-Case Christianity podcast explores the evidence for God's existence, the reliability of the Bible and the truth of the Christian worldview. Please visit our website at www.ColdCaseChristianity.com.
 
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Why are Christians so hung-up on Sex? Why does God care who I sleep with? Sam Alberry is a speaker and author who explores this topic in a recently published book titled Why Does God Care Who I sleep With? Sam provides a biblical perspective on what sex is designed to be, to mean and to do for us. He answers one of the biggest barriers to belief, h…
 
How can police officers be encouraged in this difficult time? What principles can help us think clearly about law enforcement and the case for Christianity? Logan Campbell discusses several important issues related to law enforcement and the case for Christianity on the Caffeine and Sarcasm Podcast, reposted here.…
 
It's natural for Christians to pride ourselves talking about Christianity. For some there is a level of accomplishment when we can push someone in their thinking, to get them to question their doubts and consider Christ. But once a person has a child all the abilities to guide people in thought seem to dissipate. Natasha Crain's Keeping Your Kids o…
 
Michael Craven is the director of the Colson Fellows program. He communicates to Shane the importance of living upstream, understanding how Christianity shapes and gives us legitimate answers to how we shall live in this cultural moment. Michael is an accomplished executive, worldview expert, cultural apologist, and author.Ever since leaving his ca…
 
What unique challenges face Christians in the coming year? What can we learn about the truth of the Christian worldview from watching current events? In this episode of the podcast, J. Warner joins Bill Arnold on Faith Radio to talk about the challenges facing Christians in a culture dominated by social media and a growing skepticism and hostility …
 
Social Justice is making claims that are turning America's streets into war zones. Some of these claims refer to a "color blind upbringing", where an individual raised in a community predominantly homogenous in ethnicity is an example of "white privilege" and therefore a form of racism. Thaddeus Williams has written an important book, "Confronting …
 
In this second of two rebroadcasted “The Defense Rests” podcasts, Abdu Murray sits down with J. Warner to talk about the nature of evidence, how cases are built using evidence, and attitudes that investigators have when trying to determine “what happened.” Along the way, they apply the discussion to our individual searches for the truth about Jesus…
 
Josh is equal parts Singer-Songwriter, Anglican/Episcopal Priest, and Licensed Mental Health Counselor. Shane visits with him on music, guidance, and the way the Lord using lyric and tune to connect with us. Josh holds an M.Div. and M.A. in Counseling from Reformed Theological Seminary, as well as a Certificate in Anglican Studies from Nashotah Hou…
 
In this first of two rebroadcasted “The Defense Rests” podcasts, Abdu Murray sits down with J. Warner to talk about the nature of evidence, how cases are built using evidence, and attitudes that investigators have when trying to determine “what happened.” Along the way, they apply the discussion to our individual searches for the truth about Jesus.…
 
Until recently couples who couldn't have children had only one godly option, to pray. That's what Sarah and Abraham did, recounted in the book of Genesis. But couples struggling with infertility today are offered a number of high-tech solutions. One of the most common is called In vitro fertilization (IVF), where sperm and eggs are harvested from e…
 
Stephanie Gray Connors is a pro-life activist who is taking her advocacy for the pre-born to a logical conclusion for those suffering at the end of life. She provides strong perspective about the dynamic of eliminating the sufferer vs. alleviating the suffering. She calls us to look at all humans as image bearers whose suffering calls us to partici…
 
In this rebroadcasted radio show from Stand to Reason’s weekly podcast, J. Warner Wallace gives tips for sharing and defending the Christian worldview, talks about changing your ministry by changing your calendar, and describes the difference between God speaking a message through someone and through Scripture. To listen to additional Stand to Reas…
 
When's the last time you and your family have experienced the beauty and majesty of God's creation together? Today on the BreakPoint Podcast, Shane Morris welcomes Pastor Randy Smith, host of the immensely popular YouTube Channnel "America's Parks." Pastor Smith discusses how he came to fall in love with America's national parks and how experiencin…
 
How can we, as Christians, respond to the growing social unrest? How can we survive and thrive in a pandemic? In this collective podcast (created from two separate interviews), J. Warner talks with John Hall and Kathy Emmons from The Ride Home with John and Kathy about the challenges we faced in 2020.…
 
"To its many and vocal modern critics, marriage is legalized slavery, anti-feminist, and a receding institution whose dying grip on society can't come soon enough." Upstream host Shane Morris asks sociologist Mark Regnerus to give a picture on the state of modern marriage. Regnerus paints a picture of the future, where many see marriage going the w…
 
What is systematic racism? Are there more prominent causes than racism for inequalities between blacks and whites? Does grouping people by race or ethnicity feed racism? Where do we go from here? Detective J. Warner Wallace hosts a former gang member, now Christian apologist, Vada Hedgeman, to discuss racism. This is just the start of a long but im…
 
There's not one square inch in all of creation where God doesn't cry out, "mine". This was a rally cry of Chuck Colson, referencing Abraham Kuyper. But does the saying hold true in our culture? Dr. Jordan Ballor is a senior research fellow at the Acton Institute. He has figuratively written the book on Abraham Kuyper. He is the general editor for t…
 
When Christians talk about “salvation” what do we really mean? What does God require of us to be united with Him for all eternity? What questions arise related to the nature of salvation? In this interview with Bill Arnold, J. Warner examines the issue and responds to questions. Be sure to visit the Afternoons with Bill Arnold show on Faith Radio.…
 
“This idea that a criminal tortured to death on a cross is in some way a part of the God of Israel who is also the God who created the entire cosmos and everything in it, is possibly the strangest idea that anyone has had to persuade people of.” But it’s also idea that changed the world forever—perhaps the most influential idea in human history. So…
 
Historian and author Glenn Sunshine helps guide us through the season of Advent with confidence. Dispelling challenges to common practices surrounding Christmas, Glenn provides strong historical why many of our practices aren't rooted in pagan traditions. Shane Morris pushes Glenn to engage in popular linking of Jesus to Horus and Mithra. Glenn div…
 
Sean McDowell was the first generation to live through the Christian purity culture of the 1980s and 90s. Now with teenagers of his own he is recasting a vision of sex, love, and relationships. Sean challenges the love that the world tells us to pursue. Guiding us from a "follow your heart's desire" path of the world to a Christian view of love, Mc…
 
In this podcast, J. Warner examines the presupposition of naturalism as it relates to the reasonableness of Christianity. Are theists the only people who believe in miraculous events? Do Biblical miracles (like the Virgin Conception) make the Christian worldview unreasonable?
 
Eric Huffman's upbringing was idyllic. He grew up in the church, had a loving family, and was set to pursue a calling to the pastorate. However, after a liberal seminary experience his heart moved from the Gospel of Jesus to the gospel of socialism. Eric served as an agnostic pastor. He challenged the Biblical norms he was raised under. His church …
 
According to the Bible, angels protect us in an unseen spiritual battle. Who are they battling against? What is the nature of the demons and how are they different from angels? J. Warner answers this question as he examines what the Bible says about angelic beings in this episode of the NRBtv Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast.…
 
This year has felt like a lost year. Tensions are high and stress levels are through the roof. It would make sense that Covid is having a negative impact on marriages, as well. That's not the case. Brad Wilcox wrote a piece in the Washington Post that sheds light on data revealing marriages are staying strong in the pandemic. Is this because people…
 
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