Released May 1st, 2017, Forensic Faith is the third in a trilogy of books by Cold-Case Detective J. Warner Wallace. The back of the book description reads like this:
There is no better way to rightly handle the Word of God than to be able to bring your journey to your finger-tips. Here is the list of my top 7 apps that have been incredibly helpful in my journey:
One of my least favorite things to talk about is which Bible translation is the best. The only good answer to that question is…not an English one.
So I’ve noticed quite a bit of interest on the importance of faith to apologetics. Though not in the way that I had hoped. But rather on how important blind faith is. Just believing. Not questioning. Just believing.
I started this blog as a result of my journey from a Christian on accident who was a functioning agnostic to a Christian who is tied to his beliefs in the same way a scientist is tied to the results of their experiments. I went from assuming that faith was blind (because that is exactly how I was taught) to being completely indifferent to a higher power, to being sure of my beliefs because of evidence.
Paul was a reasoning machine. He used anything at his disposal to use logic and reason to show that Jesus was the Christ.
This is the last in a series of 2 Timothy 2:14-26, where I will go through it and try to break it down and mine it for all I can. Be aware: I am running through this as if it were a gauntlet. Not justifying my own actions, and fully knowing my personal views are going to be challenged and forcefully changed. Enjoy.