During the summer break, TMR shares another exclusive presentation by the highly-esteemed Christian philosopher Dr. William Lane Craig—this time a Q&A session on his work in Christian philosophy and apologetics. I also take the opportunity to share a few items of interest and concern from the media.
Back in 2011, my wife and I had the opportunity to go with Reasonable Faith (the organisation headed up by Dr. Craig) on a guided tour of Israel. On many of the evenings back at the hotel Dr. Craig would give a talk, sometimes sharing his reflections upon the historical sites we had visited, but sometimes speaking on broader issues to do with Christian philosophy and apologetics. In this session, Dr. Craig invites questions from the floor regarding arguments he frequently defends in the public square.
[The recording included in this podcast is Copyright © 2011 Reasonable Faith, all rights reserved, and used by TMR with kind permission. That Dr. Craig features in this podcast should in no way be understood as implying that he endorses anything else mentioned in this podcast, nor indeed anything else published at TMR. ]
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[Kalam cosmological, argument, special pleading, abstract objects, quantum vacuum, nothingness, Stephen Hawking, Lawrence Krauss, apologetics, evidentialism, Plantinga, proper basicality, epistemology, Big Bang, creationism, atheism, theism, Richard Dawkins, God of the gaps, Intelligent Design]