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Forensic Faith

A Homicide Detective Makes the Case for a More Reasonable, Evidential Christian Faith
Written by: J. Warner Wallace
Narrated by: Wes Bleed
Length: 7 hrs and 14 mins

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Publisher's Summary

The most important case of your life.

Christianity has a rich, evidential history, yet most of us are ill prepared to make the case for what we believe. In Forensic Faith, veteran detective J. Warner Wallace teaches us the principles investigators use, so we can develop a clear, evidence-based faith. Forensic Faith will help you:

  • Embrace your duty to defend the truth
  • Devise a training strategy to master the evidence for Christianity
  • Learn how to employ the techniques of a detective to discover new insights from God's Word
  • Become a better communicator by learning the skills of professional case makers

Are you ready to start a new journey as a follower of Christ? Are you ready to have greater impact on your culture? Forensic Faith provides you with the strategies and the tools needed to become an effective Christian case maker.

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio.

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  • DJM
  • 2019-08-26

Outside of CS Lewis

JW is the best bible warrior I have ever read. For folks that want to actually do what Jesus told all of his to do right before he left, spread the gospel and be ready to answer why we believe. The only books I have read that competes with this one are his other two books. CS Lewis explains hard to understand parts of the Bible. JW Wallace destroys the arguments against it. I just can’t say enough about this book. If you want to get off bible baby food and take your faith to the next level JW not only knocks most doubts on their backsides but he teaches you how to study the Bible and get so much more out of it.

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  • David Entler
  • 2018-08-21

Excellent! Thought provoking. Motivational.

This book gives the reader a lot to think about. It motivates you to study and prepare for conversations about the Christian faith. Highly valuable!

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  • John C.
  • 2018-05-13

Outstanding Process for Defending our Faith

I generally listen to audible books as I spend a lot of time outdoors jogging, dog walking, etc. I have been listening to apologetic podcasts and books for years. I have always wanted some structure to help me in a defense of my faith. This book is just the set of instructions I need. We have a small bible study group and this will be perfect for us. Having finished the book, I am excited to have the curriculum material to introduce the study to our group.

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  • Jim
  • 2017-08-08

Another great book

I have read all three of his books and I believe this is the best.

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  • J. Deverse
  • 2019-07-05

Faithful third literary masterpiece

For a third time, Detective Wallace delivers an articulate book for Christians desiring to be better Christians.

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  • OC Skier
  • 2018-06-13

Resource for Believers

If you are among those who identify themselves as a Christ-follower, you will find this book to be a tremendous resource.

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  • Kallie G
  • 2020-06-29

Snooze

Just a heads up, this book is pretty boring! He's a cold case detective not a homicide one. If you're expecting anything exciting or interesting because of the author's former employment, you'll probably be disappointed.

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  • Brother Albert
  • 2020-06-22

J. Waren Wallace Hits another home run

From the beginning to the end J. W. Wallace brings you into his world of crime solving techniques. As you read his book he will not only teach you police investigative techniques but also train you for actively defending your faith in this corrupt generation of unbelief. I wish that every sceptic, atheist, agnostic, unbeliever and Christian would read this book but read it with an open mind that desires truth, logic and reason.
God bless you brother Wallace,
In Christ,
Brother Albert

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  • L. Greene
  • 2020-05-26

Well worth your time!

This book has some echoes of previous books but the voice of God was heard by the prophets of old whom He had appointed to a special work and to bear a special message. He sent them to repeat the same words over and over again. He had a message prepared for them that was not after the ways and will of men, and this He put in their mouths and had them proclaim. I think Wallace makes a great case for training!
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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2018-05-27

Read his other two books

Though this book does include some helpful tips for defending the faith, it is not enough to equip someone to effectively defend the faith. His other two books, however, are amazing. Go read Cold Case Christianity and God’s Crime Scene instead.