Articles about J. Warner Wallace

J. Warner Wallace is a Christian apologist, speaker and author. A prominent cold-case homicide detective, he continues to consult on cold-case investigations, as well as serving as a Senior Fellow at the Colson Center for Christian Worldview. He is an adjunct professor of apologetics at Talbot School of Theology and Southern Evangelical Seminary, and a faculty member at Summit Ministries.

Some of the Reasons Why I Took So Long to Become a Christian

J. Warner Wallace used to be an atheist. As with many who come to faith later in life, he is able to explain his own reasons for taking his time before coming to faith. As a detective, it was important that he examine the historical evidence for Christianity. Video, 3:19

The Big Thing about the Big Bang

J. Warner Wallace explains that the Big Bang provides evidence for God's existence, and that it fits neatly with the Genesis account of creation. Rather than affirming a view of the origin of the universe as godless, it supports the idea that the universe isn't eternal, but came into being at a specific point in history.

Would a Loving God Send People to Hell?

This is a common question these days. Hell, at times, seems like an injustice. Wallace asks whether it is just for Adolph Hitler to suffer the same fate as his victims.

How Can the Divinity of Christ be Proven?

Jesus asked His disciples who people thought He was. We should ask others the same question. Many don't believe Jesus is God. If He is, then His claims should be taken very seriously.