Three Simple Strategies to Help You Become A Better Christian Case Maker

Three Simple Strategies to Help You Become A Better Christian Case Maker

Three Simple Strategies to Help You Become A Better Christian Case Maker

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Three Simple Strategies to Help You Become A Better Christian Case Maker

If all of us, as Christians, are called to become Christian Case Makers, ready to give an answer to anyone who has a question, what practical steps can we take to improve our ability to communicate and influence those around us? In this episode of the Cold-Case Christianity Broadcast, J. Warner offers 3 practical steps that will help you become a better defender of the Christian worldview.

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13 thoughts on “Three Simple Strategies to Help You Become A Better Christian Case Maker

  1. The Seed Sower ישמר

    I was planning to be a rockstar and blues guitarist but God called me to blog for Him. Now I do it every Friday and very seldom on playing my guitar. The funny thing is that I started with few audiences then it increased and now just about a hundred because they no longer want to learn the truth. Anyway, God only took a handful of sand in the vastness of the ocean. I pray that one day I can also write a book for Him. God bless this ministry!

    June 2, 2021 at 9:16 pm Reply
  2. Antonio Mario H.

    Glad you make these things J.

    June 2, 2021 at 9:16 pm Reply
  3. Wax Worse

    Do you have any experience or knowledge of organized harassment or even gangstalking?

    June 2, 2021 at 9:16 pm Reply
  4. Feles Lucis - Emanuel de Araújo

    Love your channel! 🙂 your way of thinking and explaining your logic is quite good and interesting.

    June 2, 2021 at 9:16 pm Reply
  5. Doug Overhoff

    Good, practical advice. Thanks!🙏🇺🇸👍

    June 2, 2021 at 9:16 pm Reply
  6. Tõnu Rääk

    Yeah but writing starts in the mind. So thinking comes first.

    June 2, 2021 at 9:16 pm Reply
  7. George Praisehim

    I really very much appreciate your ministry, brother… Can you please do a history of the early church and the usage of the Divinity of the spirit? And Jesus?
    Of course, I believe in the Trinity and I believe it is very biblical. But many people are being swept away with these deceptions. I really loved your video on the necessity of the Trinity for the Christian But I was really hoping you could talk about the history of the Trinity because most of them believe that the idea was introduced by the Catholic Church several hundred years after the early Church, I'm thinking like polycarp and the early disciples of the apostles forward. Thank you for your consideration. God bless you and your ministry.

    June 2, 2021 at 9:16 pm Reply
  8. John Weber

    I am a new subscriber to your videos Jim and I really like your approach. I've been a Christian for a few years now and I'm now starting into study more of the apologetics to get a better grounding and understanding for why I believe what I believe and also to do my duty of spreading the message of Jesus !

    June 2, 2021 at 9:16 pm Reply
  9. Sean

    I’m sure there are good reasons for calling yourselves apologetics, but I can’t see it? Can someone clue me in on why that is..love the vids, and tackling bible truths using these skills 👏🏼👏🏼

    June 2, 2021 at 9:16 pm Reply
  10. chantay matos

    The hard part for me is making a start to a conversation. But what I find helpful is good Christian music. I use it to break the ice.

    June 2, 2021 at 9:17 pm Reply
  11. John C.

    If the Hebrew scriptures were merely made up stories by a bunch of goat herders and they wanted it to be believed, why would they put narratives in there that current as well as later audiences would declare as nonsense? Also, why would they go out on a very weak limb and make up two hundred or more specific prophecies of a coming Messiah only later to be exposed as frauds and liars when it didn't occur. That would have been extremely stupid and foolish yet someone came along and filled these specific prophecies a few centuries later. A coincidence? Statisticians have calculated that fulfilling this many prophecies to a T is a statistical impossibility.
    Like it or not, the NT manuscripts have been proven to have been written in the same generation as those who wrote them. There are four separate accounts by four "biographers" of the activities during a three year period of this alleged Messiah's life. They were there. Were they liars and frauds? Sure it's possible but highly unlikely since they had nothing to gain and their lives to lose. Nobody dies for a lie KNOWING it's a lie. Some people won't even die for the truth let alone a lie!
    Are the biographers of Napoleon liars? Can their writings be trusted since no one alive today was there to witness Napoleon's conquests, etc.? I believe the disciples as readily as I do Napoleon's biographers for the same reasons. Why lie about it?
    In the book of James, there is an answer for those who would dismiss the NT as a bunch of writers making up fanciful stories. He writes; Look! We didn't make this stuff up, we were there and were eyewitnesses to the glory of this promised Messiah (2 Peter 1:16). These writers wrote what they saw and even the very threats of death if they didn't shut up would stop them from telling what they saw. They wrote their testimonies with their own blood. I would say they have credibility.

    June 2, 2021 at 9:17 pm Reply
  12. Klayvert Rodrigues

    We should be greatfull to have you.

    June 2, 2021 at 9:17 pm Reply
  13. Joshua Becker

    In my most recent encounters of attempting to share the Gospel with those around me by sharing Gospel tracts; I find that just as many people will take one, others will not be willing to look into it. I greet them with a smile and "can I share a free Gospel tract with you" and most importantly praying silently first. Is there a better way I can engage people to open the door for conversation?

    June 2, 2021 at 9:17 pm Reply

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