Robert Price Pwns William Lane Craig On The Morality And Historicity Of The Canaanite Genocides In The Bible

The depravity of William Lane Craig’s apologetics on behalf of the genocides goes lower than I had ever imagined before and Robert Price just decimates him, from a moral and highly illuminating historical perspective, in audio which you can hear at The Buddha Is Not Serious. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Are Divine Command Theory And Objective Morality Mutually Exclusive Concepts?

Luke Muelhauser confronts William Lane Craig with the inconsistency between his divine command interpretation of morality, according to which things are moral or immoral as solely determined by God’s calling them as such, on the one hand, and his insistence that in this way God is the source of “objective morality”: But let us say [Read More...]

Qualia Soup On Faith and William Lane Craig Arguments For God’s Existence

Qualia Soup’s first new video in months (and it’s terrific as usual).  He takes apart entirely the notion that we can have knowledge of anything supernatural. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

On The Possible God Of Philosophy And Cosmology Vs. The Personal, Historical God Of Faith

This post is inspired by some excellent remarks from Daniel Dennett in reply to William Lane Craig’s vigorous cosmological arguments for the existence of God (which you can see him make in a separate debate here).  Here is the Dennett video, below it you’ll find a rough transcript I have produced of it, and then [Read More...]

Craig vs. Stenger On The Existence Of God

Philosopher and theologian William Lane Craig squares off against scientist Victor Stenger on the existence of God.  The debate is in multiple parts, so I recommend you watch all the way through and not just what is posted here.  In fact, start this video about 8 minutes in so you can skip the longwinded introductions [Read More...]


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