From Jesus to Lab Coats

A Cold-Case Detective Traces the Scientific Revolution Back to Christ & Christianity

It all happened so long ago.

That’s how many people view the life of Jesus of Nazareth. Set in the distant past, the reports of his birth, teachings, miracles, death, and resurrection might be true—or might not. And while we might accept accounts of ordinary events happening in the long-distant past, improbable events (like a virgin birth or a dead man coming back to life) are harder to swallow. How could we ever know for sure?

Person of Interest, a new book by former homicide investigator J.  Warner Wallace (Zondervan, 2021), explains how we can investigate events in the past, and he applies those investigative techniques to the most important missing-body mystery in human history—that...


PhD, is an editor for the Discovery Institute and the author of four dystopian novels and many shorter works, both fiction and non-fiction. Before turning to editing, she taught as an adjunct English and humanities professor. She and her husband homeschooled their three children.

This article originally appeared in Salvo, Issue #63, Winter 2022 Copyright © 2024 Salvo |


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