A Detective Convinced by the Evidence

j-warner-wallaceI was a non-Christian until the age of thirty-five. I was often frustrated by the few Christians I knew on the police department because they weren’t able to respond evidentially to my skeptical (and often sarcastic) objections. I thought, “How can these folks who seem to have such high regard for evidence in their professional life, believe something about God for which they have no evidence at all?” I was similar to other atheists I knew at the time. I didn’t think there was any good evidence to support the claims of Christianity. The more I learned about the nature of evidence generally, and the more I learned about the evidence for Christianity specifically, the more convinced I became that the claims of the Gospels were true.

– J. Warner Wallace

No Evidence for God?

head in ground.jpgTo say that you do not find the evidence for Christianity sufficient, compelling, or convincing is one thing, but to repeatedly deny ad nauseum that there is any evidence at all only goes to reveal two things: The first being your intellectual laziness, and second, the depth of your rebellion towards God.

— Greg West

SOURCE: The Poached Egg