A Simple Investigative Strategy That Will Help You Read the Bible Differently

By The Stream Published on March 29, 2020

Cold case detective and apologist J. Warner Wallace shares tips for reading and understanding the Bible based on his experience of reading through old case files. This is especially helpful advice for understanding how to make a case for the resurrection. 

“Sometimes the simplest principles are the ones that make the most progress in cases,” Warner says. He finds the same is true in making the case to skeptics of Christianity.

The big takeaway: Investigate practice No. 1 is to read the casebook completely.

Reading the Bible is something we likely have more time on our hands to do these days as the response to the coronavirus changes our routines. Wallace offers some thoughts on how to do that.

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