Continuing on the same topic, here’s a debate between William Lane Craig and Shelly Kagan on the question, “Is God necessary for morality?” If you’re interested in hearing more, Wintery Knight links to more debates on atheism and morality, along with a paper by Dr. Craig, here.
Archive for the ‘God is Real’ Category
Here’s my response to this week’s challenge:
What would be the best and quickest answer to a skeptic who would say, “What is more likely, either all the laws of nature have been broken, or someone lied”? I think this comes from David Hume and was cited by Christopher Hitchens, but I’m not sure. I’ve read John Lennox’s “Gunning For God” and he covers it quite well, but I’m looking for a quick and precise answer.
Any ideas for Patrick? Any tactical advice? Give it a shot, and we’ll hear Brett’s answer on Thursday.
…he just misdefines “religious” faith and contrast his faith in physicists with the alleged blind faith of believers.
The New Atheists don’t understand what we mean by “faith”:
In this week’s challenge, atheist Dan Barker says Christians are just insecure. Is he right?
From one of my favorite professors: