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Reasonable Faith, Biblical Interpretation and “Tipping Point” Evidence | Cold Case Christianity

October 30, 2017

“…I occasionally get asked to review cold-cases for local agencies. I examine the evidence they’ve collected to help them determine if they’ve got enough to file the case with the District Attorney. I employ an approach that I’ve described in Cold-Case Christianity, called “Abductive Reasoning”; a process that also has application for those of us who examine the evidence of Scripture. One local cold-case, like all my cases, relied on a cumulative collection of circumstantial evidences. Convincing circumstantial cases emerge when a large number of facts are most reasonably explained by the same common cause. If a particular suspect can account for all the evidence in the case, that suspect is the most reasonable candidate…”

Source: Reasonable Faith, Biblical Interpretation and “Tipping Point” Evidence | Cold Case Christianity

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