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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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Forensic Faith Participant's Guide:A Homicide Detective Makes The Case For A More Reasonable, Evidential Christian Faith

J. Warner Wallace

Through questions for reflection and discussion, churches and small groups explore why it's important to know the evidence for Christ and how to communicate it clearly.

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Through questions for reflection and discussion, churches and small groups explore why it's important to know the evidence for Christ and how to communicate it clearly.

Summary 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."

J. Warner Wallace is a cold-case homicide detective who has been featured on Dateline, Fox News, and Court TV. A former atheist, he is the author of Cold-Case Christianity and God’s Crime Scene. Wallace has a master’s degree in theology and lives in California with his wife and four children.

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Author / Artist J. Warner Wallace
Release Date 2 Jun 2017

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