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

57. ” . . . There are, according to the ruling of the court, reasonable  doubts, possible  doubts, and imaginary  doubts. The definition acknowledges something important. Every case has unanswered questions that go unanswered. There are, according to the court, reasonable doubts, possible  doubts, and imaginary doubts. The definition acknowledges something important. Every case has unanswered questions that will cause jurors to wonder. All the jurors will have doubts when coming to a decision. We will never remove any possible uncertainty. That’s why the standard is not beyond any doubt. . . .” ~ J. Warner Wallace

“God’s Not Dead: Court Scene Defending Jesus”


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