J. Warner and Jimmy Wallace continue the new format of their weekly podcast by discussing their trip to Austin, Jimmy’s recent graduation from the Colorado Christian University’s Strobel Center for Christian Apologetics, and the nature of Christian “case making”. Is one apologetic approach better than another? Why is there so much debate about methodologies? If so, what would that be? Listen in on the conversation on this week’s episode of the NRBtv Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast.
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