Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Forensic Faith (Review)

This review is for the book "Forensic Faith" by J. Warner Wallace. This is the second book I have read by Wallace. He is actually a cold-case homicide detective and a former atheist. Wallace uses the skills he has learned as a homicide detective to make the case for the Bible. In this book he shows how researching the Bible is very similar to investigating a case. You have to have training, for example, and be tested so that your faith is stronger. Wallace presents the fact that with a cold case you have no living eyewitnesses at times and the case occurred in the past. Same thing goes for the scripture - there are no scientific tests that can be run, no living eyewitnesses, and yet we can still prove it's true.

This book was really cool. It was interesting to see how someone in this line of work is able to use his skills to prove the Bible is true. I would definitely recommend it to those who are interested in strengthening their faith and learning more about how to stand firm on your beliefs.

Thank you to Litfuse Publicity for a copy of the book.

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