The Cold-Case Christianity Podcast
The Cold-Case Christianity Podcast is hosted by J. Warner Wallace, cold-case detective, Adjunct Professor of Apologetics at Biola University and author of Cold-Case Christianity (A Homicide Detective Investigates the Claims of the Gospels). Jim examines the case for the Christian Worldview from an investigative, evidential perspective. With the rules of evidence clearly in mind and over 25 years’ experience as an investigator, Jim examines the case for the existence of God, the reality of dualism, the reliability of the Biblical text, and the deity of Jesus. Join us each week as Jim sorts through the evidence for the Christian Worldview, and please visit our website at
PCM Podcast 236 - Falsifiability, Eckhart Tolle and the Power of Selflessness

In this episode, Jim discusses the importance of spiritual “falsifiability”, using the claims of Eckhart Tolle as an example. Can spiritual claims be evaluated evidentially? If so, can these claims also be falsified with evidence? Jim also evaluates the role of “selflessness” in relation to spiritual authority.

PCM Podcast 235 – Four Annoying Things About Tebow

In this episode, Jim reads an articulate letter from a listener describing why so many non-believers are annoyed with Tim Tebow. Jim also discusses the death of Christopher Hitchens and responds to listener email related to the “falsifiability” of Christianity.

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PCM Podcast 234 – Thinking Christianly with Jonathan Morrow

In this episode, Jim interviews Jonathan Morrow, the author of Think Christianly, an important new book that will help us adopt and experience a life that is shaped and directed by our Christian Worldview. How should Christians engage the culture around them? What does our worldview have to say about the most important issues of life? Jonathan’s book will help you to think “Christianly”.

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PCM Podcast 233 – Was Jesus Born on December 25th?

Why do we celebrate the birthday of Jesus on December 25th? Was this date established by the early Church to capitalize on the popularity of pagan Roman celebrations that preceded it, or was the date assigned by early church leaders because it was nine months after the celebration of Jesus’ conception? Jim examines possible theories related to the dating of Christmas and asks if any of these dating efforts should influence whether or not we, as Christians, ought to celebrate Christmas. Jim also answers listener email related to the orthodoxy of house churches.

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PCM Podcast 232 – Do We Need the Originals to Trust the Gospels?

Can we trust the gospels if we don’t have an original copy until the 4th Century? How can we build a circumstantial case for the reliability of Christianity if we don’t have the original copies of any of the Gospels? Also, are Jehovah’s Witnesses properly quoting the Early Church Fathers when they argue that the Father’s did not believe in the Trinity?

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PCM Podcast 231 – Is Extraordinary Evidence Needed to Prove God’s Existence?

Skeptics sometimes argue that an extraordinary claim (like the existence of God) requires extraordinary evidence. Is this true? In this episode of the PCM Podcast, we present an excerpt from Jim’s guest host appearance at Stand to Reason Radio. Jim talks with Al Serrato about the need for extraordinary evidence and they respond to a challenge offered by an atheist who calls the show.

PCM Podcast 230 – Why I’m Not a Jehovah’s Witness

Is the Jehovah’s Witness worldview true? What are the basic and important claims of all worldviews? Does the character of the founder matter when trying to determine if a worldview is true? What can we learn about discerning truth from an examination of the claims of Jehovah’s Witnesses? In this podcast, Jim answers listener email and examines the process through which he came to reject the claims of the Watch Tower Society.

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PCM Podcast 229 – Is Mormonism Polytheistic?

Joseph Smith changed his ideas about God as he grew older, starting as a monotheist, moving through “binitarian” monotheism and eventually dying as a polytheist. What does the nature of Smith’s theological evolution tell us about the truth claims of Mormonism? Also, Jim reads from a recent issue of Salvo and discusses the atheism that is prevalent on University campuses.

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PCM Podcast 228 – The Gospels, Hearsay Evidence, Corroboration and Reliability

Are the Gospels reliable enough to be considered as evidence? If they would not be admitted into court (under objections that they are “Hearsay” documents), do they really have any evidential value? In this episode, Jim examines the qualifications of the gospels, the nature of courtroom evidence, the requirements of history and the reliability of the New Testament eyewitnesses.

PCM Podcast 227 – Why Do They Hate Tim Tebow?

In this episode of the PCM Podcast, Jim looks at the birth narrative of Jesus and examines the historical objections that are leveled by skeptics. Jim also takes a look at some of the articles that have been written recently about Tim Tebow and examines why Christians are so interested in the quarterback of the Denver Broncos.

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