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#8 Post of 2015 – A Review of ‘God’s Crime Scene’

| December 14, 2015

Normally, I don’t review books in the traditional sense. Instead I prefer to excerpt portions from the books I read and highlight them to you, my audience (I’ll probably still do that later on with this book). However, Jim Wallace was kind enough to send me a pre-publication copy of his new book, God’s Crime […]

Have Computer Simulations Proven Darwinian Evolution? Part 2

| October 7, 2015

As we continue to look at computer simulations of Darwinian evolution, we come to our second major problem: even with intelligent intervention by the programmers of these simulations, they mostly fail to produce irreducibly complex systems. J. Warner Wallace resumes his analysis in God’s Crime Scene: A Cold-Case Detective Examines the Evidence for a Divinely Created Universe: […]

Have Computer Simulations Proven Darwinian Evolution? Part 1

| October 5, 2015

I remember years ago watching a documentary starring Richard Dawkins. In the documentary, Dawkins spent a lot of time demonstrating how computer simulations have shown that the mechanisms of random mutation and natural selection are capable of generating complex biological organisms. No intelligence was required, argued Dawkins, only the blind evolutionary process. Being a former […]

Does a Multiverse Explain the Fine Tuning of Our Universe? Part 2

| September 9, 2015

We continue with J. Warner Wallace’s analysis of multiverse theories in his new book God’s Crime Scene: A Cold-Case Detective Examines the Evidence for a Divinely Created Universe. The second reason multiverse theories fail to explain the origin of fine tuning is that rather than explaining the origin of fine tuning, the multiverse theory requires […]

Does a Multiverse Explain the Fine Tuning of Our Universe? Part 1

| September 7, 2015

J. Warner Wallace, in his new book God’s Crime Scene: A Cold-Case Detective Examines the Evidence for a Divinely Created Universe, investigates the causes of the fine tuning of our universe. One of the most popular explanations is that there exists multiple universes (the multiverse) and ours is just lucky enough to have the fine […]

Why Should We Think That Mark, Luke, and Acts Were Written Before AD 62? Part 6

| August 2, 2013

Post Author: Bill Pratt In part 6, we conclude J. Warner Wallace’s case for the early dating of Mark, Luke, and Acts, as written in his book Cold-Case Christianity. In the previous 5 posts, we have seen 11 pieces of evidence with which Wallace builds his case.  Now it is time to see what we can […]

Why Should We Think That Mark, Luke, and Acts Were Written Before AD 62? Part 5

| July 26, 2013

Post Author: Bill Pratt  In part 5, we continue with J. Warner Wallace’s case for the early dating of Mark, Luke, and Acts, as written in his book Cold-Case Christianity. The eleventh piece of evidence is that Mark seems to be protecting key players. Wallace explains: In my years as an investigator, there have been many times […]

Why Should We Think That Mark, Luke, and Acts Were Written Before AD 62? Part 4

| July 24, 2013

Post Author: Bill Pratt  In part 4, we continue with J. Warner Wallace’s case for the early dating of Mark, Luke, and Acts, as written in his book Cold-Case Christianity. The ninth piece of evidence is that Luke quoted Mark (and Matthew) repeatedly. Wallace explains: Luke, when writing his own gospel, readily admitted that he was […]

Why Should We Think That Mark, Luke, and Acts Were Written Before AD 62? Part 3

| July 22, 2013

Post Author: Bill Pratt  In part 3, we continue with J. Warner Wallace’s case for the early dating of Mark, Luke, and Acts, as elucidated in his book Cold-Case Christianity. The seventh piece of evidence is that Paul reinforced the claims of the Gospel writers. Wallace explains: While some modern critics challenge the authorship of Paul’s pastoral […]

Why Should We Think That Mark, Luke, and Acts Were Written Before AD 62? Part 2

| July 19, 2013

Post Author: Bill Pratt  In part 1 we looked at three reasons that Mark, Luke, and Acts were probably written before AD 62. However, J. Warner Wallace, in his book Cold-Case Christianity, provides several more pieces of evidence. The fourth piece of evidence is that Luke said nothing about the death of James. Luke featured another important […]

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