Book Review God in Proof: The Story of a Search from the Ancients to the Internet Reading Nathan Schneider’s recent articles on William Lane Craig, you might think that he has focused rather narrowly, perhaps even naively, on the prominent apologist. Craig has his detractors, after all, and it turns out that Schneider isn’t one […]
Follow-up 2/2/13: If You Think Atheism Is True, Then Atheism Is False Just completed, live on the Internet: Apologetics 315: William Lane Craig vs Alex Rosenberg Debate MP3 Audio Stick around to the end of the debate, and find out why I say “I’m buying Alex Rosenberg’s book so I can find out what it […]
On March 12 I wrote an email to David Silverman, president of American Atheists. It was a message from the leader of one organization to another, on behalf of both our organizations. I introduced myself as a leader of the True Reason initiative, which I described to him as “bringing Christians to the Reason Rally […]
Dr. Stephen Law commented here today, saying that he had anticipated the kind of objection I raised in “Stephen Law’s Incoherent ‘Evil God.’” In his comment he directed us to notes he had prepared for his debate with William Lane Craig. Blake Anderson added considerably to my argument later in the day, and other commenters […]
Book Review Readers of this blog may be familiar with Dr. William Lane Craig’s work; we’ve discussed him more than once. A prolific author, Craig is Research Professor of Philosophy at Talbot School of Theology and a frequent debater on the truth of Christianity. His recent revision of Reasonable Faith: Christian Truth and Apologetics (Third […]
Nathan Schneider emailed me today, informing me of his response to William Lane Craig’s recent cover article in Christianity Today. I mentioned that article briefly here on July 4, which was a day for family and not for blogging. Nathan’s article, Rumors of God’s Death are Greatly Exaggerated, provides a timely opportunity to say more. […]
A few weeks ago at Auckland University, New Zealand, William Lane Craig debated Bill Cooke on “Is Belief In God a Delusion?” I hope you’ll view the debate. I have just a few points from it to highlight. Dr. Craig had the opening statement and offered reasons to believe there is a God. Dr. Cooke’s […]
This deserves more comment, but now on the 4th is not the time: William Lane Craig’s cover article on the resurgence of apologetics and Christian scholarship, in Christianity Today. Don’t miss it.