Reasonable Faith Podcast: A Shotgun Debate in Ireland

What happens when Dr. Craig does not have time to answer every point brought up in a debate (the "shotgun" tactic)? He does a podcast on it! A Shotgun Debate in Ireland Regarding Atheism and Christianity [display_podcast]KEVIN HARRIS: Bill, you were recently in Ireland, as we talked about in previous podcasts. You did a couple of debates there. We want to focus on a couple of things with your debate with Michael Nugent who just got the International Atheist of the Year award. DR. WILLIAM … [Read more...]

Reasonable Faith Podcast: Highlights From the Ireland Debates, Part 2

Dr. William Lane Craig's debate with atheist Daniel Came We are looking at some highlights from the debates that Dr. Craig had recently in Ireland. We are going to get into these debates a little bit more with Dr. Craig on some upcoming podcasts, but today some highlights and a first rebuttal from Dr. Craig in his debate with Daniel Came. [display_podcast]DR. WILLIAM LANE CRAIG:Dr. Came has not yet engaged any of my positive reasons to believe that God exists. I would suggest that even if … [Read more...]

BreakPoint: Opposing the Transgender Craze – How to Become a Scientific Heretic

Even if you’re one of the world’s leading psychiatrists, your expertise doesn’t matter if you question the new orthodoxy about sex and gender. Opposing the Transgender Craze - How to Become a Scientific Heretic [display_podcast]Galileo Galilei was an advocate of Copernicanism when Copernicanism wasn’t cool. Galileo, the father of experimental physics, was an early advocate for the scientific idea that the earth revolves around the sun, not the other way around.Church authorities, howeve … [Read more...]

Reasonable Faith Podcast: Highlights From the Ireland Debates, Part 1

Dr. William Lane Craig's debate with atheist Michael Nugent [display_podcast] Recently Dr. Craig returned from a debating and speaking tour of Ireland. In the next couple of podcasts we are going to have some highlights from those debates. We are going to get into some of the nuts and bolts of this debate a little bit later with Dr. Craig, but today let's highlight the first rebuttal from Dr. Craig. Most of us are familiar with Dr. Craig's opening arguments in debate, and then the response … [Read more...]

BreakPoint: Don’t Argue the Exceptions – Beating Bad Arguments for Abortion and Transgenderism

“But what about the . . . ?” Has a rare exception every stumped you when making the case for life or anything else? Here’s how to respond with grace and truth. Beating Bad Arguments for Abortion and Transgenderism [display_podcast]“Humans have ten fingers and ten toes.” Now that shouldn’t strike anyone as a controversial statement, since almost every person ever born has had twenty digits. But what if someone argued in response that, because there are exceptions to this—people who because o … [Read more...]

Reasonable Faith Podcast: Flawed Foundations in Atheist Debates, Part 2

What pitfalls can we avoid when debating, especially online? [display_podcast]KEVIN HARRIS: Let's pick up where we left off last time on Reasonable Faith with Dr. William Lane Craig. We’ve been looking at a list of what Mike Manea says are some flawed foundations that show up whenever we get into debates with our atheist friends. He's listed a bunch of these. We'll pick it up at number 5. 5) Naturalism in science I think Mike is talking about methodological naturalism here. He says,I m … [Read more...]