“Cold-Case Christianity: A Homicide Detective Investigates The Claims Of The Gospels” By J. Warner Wallace

56. “. . . In legal terms, the line that has to be crossed before someone that something is evidentially true is called the standard of proof (SOP). The SOP varies depending on the case under consideration. The most rigorous of these criteria is beyond a reasonable doubt that is required at criminal trials. But how do we know that you’ve crossed the line? The courts have considered this important issue and have provided us a definition. ‘Reasonable doubt is defined as follows: It is not a near possible doubt because everything related to human affairs is open to some possible or imaginary doubt. It is that state of the case which after the entire comparison of all the evidence leaves the jurors in that condition they feel an abiding conviction of the truth of the charge. The definition is important because it recognizes the difference between reasonable and poseible . . .” ~ J. Warner Wallace

“Why Is it Important For Christians To Understand The Difference Between Possible and Reasonable Doubt” ~ J. Warner Wallace