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Monday Student Focus

Is your school out yet? Some keep going until mid-June; most that I know of start their summer break right around now. I want to recommend a great book for your summer reading. I’ve already reviewed it, so I’ll keep this short. It’s Cold-Case Christianity by J. Warner Wallace. Jim is a former LAPD cold-case homicide detective, and he has lots of stories from those days in this book. He also knows how to read evidence. Check out my review, and then get yourself a copy: you’ll be glad you did!

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  1. What I appreciate about this book is that everyone should be able to understand and relate to his methods – whether it involves thinking through a cold-case crime, or thinking through Christianity. For example, many skeptics rely on the “it’s possible” defense (it’s possible that someone stole Jesus’ body), and Wallace goes into detail why “it’s possible” doesn’t mean “it’s reasonable”.

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