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Forensic Faith Participant's Guide: A Homicide Detective Makes the Case for a More Reasonable, Evidential Christian Faith

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This eight-week companion guide to Forensic Faith takes readers through the investigative techniques that J. Warner Wallace learned from his decades as a homicide detective. Designed to be used alongside the Forensic Faith book and DVD, this interactive guide helps readers in all seasons of faith become better "Christian Case Makers." This eight-week companion guide to Forensic Faith takes readers through the investigative techniques that J. Warner Wallace learned from his decades as a homicide detective. Designed to be used alongside the Forensic Faith book and DVD, this interactive guide helps readers in all seasons of faith become better "Christian Case Makers."


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This eight-week companion guide to Forensic Faith takes readers through the investigative techniques that J. Warner Wallace learned from his decades as a homicide detective. Designed to be used alongside the Forensic Faith book and DVD, this interactive guide helps readers in all seasons of faith become better "Christian Case Makers." This eight-week companion guide to Forensic Faith takes readers through the investigative techniques that J. Warner Wallace learned from his decades as a homicide detective. Designed to be used alongside the Forensic Faith book and DVD, this interactive guide helps readers in all seasons of faith become better "Christian Case Makers."

48 review for Forensic Faith Participant's Guide: A Homicide Detective Makes the Case for a More Reasonable, Evidential Christian Faith

  1. 4 out of 5

    Susie

    We used this book in conjunction with the regular book and video curriculum from Right Now Media. I think the video is needed to get the most out of the workbook. This was our first workbook from J. Warner Wallace, and we really enjoyed it. We followed the format suggested that you use the workbook and video before you read the book chapter. I think it could be done effectively in the opposite order as well. The longer portions from the workbook were passages taken from the book, but the questio We used this book in conjunction with the regular book and video curriculum from Right Now Media. I think the video is needed to get the most out of the workbook. This was our first workbook from J. Warner Wallace, and we really enjoyed it. We followed the format suggested that you use the workbook and video before you read the book chapter. I think it could be done effectively in the opposite order as well. The longer portions from the workbook were passages taken from the book, but the questions provided allowed for deeper conversations. If you follow the suggested times you'll finish at a reasonable place, but it might take longer for a larger group so plan accordingly. Also, I think it's written at an easy level so I think middle schoolers and up would benefit from this study as well. You could easily include them in your small group study. We love J. Warner Wallace's unique perspective in apologetics

  2. 4 out of 5

    Parker Robb

    Love the parallels between presenting a case in our legal system and apologetics. However, I would rather read his “Cold Case Christianity” book. I was a little disappointed that this study contained mostly “meta-apologetics” and philosophy of apologetics rather than apologetics itself. He spends way too much time explaining *why* we should be able to defend our faith and not enough explaining *how*. Even then, his focus is mostly on how to think logically and deductively, and how to form a prop Love the parallels between presenting a case in our legal system and apologetics. However, I would rather read his “Cold Case Christianity” book. I was a little disappointed that this study contained mostly “meta-apologetics” and philosophy of apologetics rather than apologetics itself. He spends way too much time explaining *why* we should be able to defend our faith and not enough explaining *how*. Even then, his focus is mostly on how to think logically and deductively, and how to form a proper argument and defend it. I see those skills as pretty basic and necessary for life, but then again, I guess the vast majority of people in today’s age don’t have them or haven’t had any training in them like I have. Because of this study’s focus on those seemingly-basic things, I could never shake the vibe that this was intended for middle- or high-schoolers. Everything he teaches about how to defend an argument I learned in middle school.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kristine Johnson

    Good small group study.

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