Reasonable Faith Podcast: Is the Multiverse Dead?

Dr. Craig comments on a controversial radio show featuring Jeff Zweerink and "Skydive Phil" on the 'multiverse' and fine-tuning arguments. [display_podcast]KEVIN HARRIS: You know, I was wondering – if there is a multiverse then maybe one dollar is actually two dollars in the next universe, and then if you keep adding the universes you keep adding dollars, and if there’s an infinite number of universes then you have an actual infinite number of dollars in your bank account. I was trying to fi … [Read more...]

Reasonable Faith Podcast: Bathroom Wars and Identity

Why have public restrooms become an issue in our culture? [display_podcast]Kevin Harris: The issue of transgenderism isn’t going anywhere, in particular the debate over which bathroom you can use according to whether you feel like you’re a man or a woman. This has got conservatives extremely upset and more progressives, or liberal people, want to include this in their agenda.You’ve been following this whole thing. What are your thoughts on the “bathroom wars”?Dr. William Lane Craig: … [Read more...]

Reasonable Faith Podcast: Questions on the Soul, Fine Tuning, and a Maximally Great Being

Dr. Craig answers Questions on the Soul, Fine Tuning, and a Maximally Great Being, in other words: what happens to the soul at death, clarifications on the Argument from Fine Tuning, and the Ontological Argument. [display_podcast]KEVIN HARRIS: Welcome to Reasonable Faith with Dr. William Lane Craig. I’m Kevin Harris. Some good Q&A on the podcast today regarding the Soul, Fine Tuning, and a Maximally Great Being. Stay close for that. By the way, I personally suspected just from what I was … [Read more...]

The Summit Lecture Series: Making Sense of Your World with John Stonestreet, Part 14

Charles Darwin wrote On the Origin of Species in 1857. By 1870, it was the dominant understanding of how biological life came to be. I find this interesting, partly because Darwin wasn’t the first to propose this idea that all living things came from a common ancestor. However, Darwin was writing at a particular point in our world’s cultural history when ideological doors were more open than ever and it really caught on.This is partially why Darwinism is known as the “last nail in the coffin … [Read more...]

The Summit Lecture Series: Making Sense of Your World with John Stonestreet, Part 13

To purchase the entire Summit Lecture Series, Vol. 1 on DVD, go to: summit.org. “One can’t prove that God doesn’t exist, but science makes God unnecessary. The laws of physics can explain the universe without the need for a creator.” - Stephen HawkingThis is a quote from a guy who is considered one of the smartest, if not THE smartest man on the planet. Yet, you can see his Naturalistic predisposition embedded within his quote.You see, as the idiom goes, to a hammer, everything looks li … [Read more...]

Ouxano 97: Christian Apologetics, Part 2 – The Bibliographical Test

[display_podcast] In this week’s podcast, we continue to make the study of Apologetics easy, by looking at different ways to test the reliability of ancient documents. Think about this:  If an original manuscript was mandatory for proving if an event really happened, then all ancient history would be wiped away.  So much history occurred long before the printing press, or any other type of manuscript creation. That being said, experts turn to the Bibliographical Test. The Bibliographical Test … [Read more...]