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The Cold-Case Christianity Podcast

Jan 29, 2013

Jim returns to the microphone this week and continues to defend the notion that the New Testament gospels are reliable eyewitness accounts. Jim talks about objections related to the historicity of Jesus (and pre-existing mythologies), and the concern that the important details of the eyewitness accounts were lost during...

Jan 22, 2013

Jim is speaking in Western Canada this week and is away from the microphone. For this reason, we’re playing an interview that he did with Frank Turek of Jim returns to the microphone next week!

Jan 17, 2013

Jim returns to the microphone this week, as he responds to criticism from presuppositional apologists and offers an approach to Christian Case Making that borrows from UFC and MMA contests. Jim also responds to the objection that the gospels are not eyewitness accounts.

Jan 8, 2013

Jim was buried this week in a cold-case homicide trial (the defendant confessed to the crime after being convicted on a purely circumstantial case). As a result, this week’s podcast will feature three recent interviews about Jim’s new book and his new role at Stand to...

Jan 2, 2013

In this podcast, Jim examines the contrast between “grace” and “law” as illustrated in Les Misérables. Jim also talks about the dating of John’s gospel and the absence of a description of the Temple Destruction, the value of the courtroom as an analogy for determining truth, the Biblical...