Video Commentary on my debate with William Lane Craig

Someone was kind enough to take the trouble to make this video going through some of the exchanges between myself and Bill Craig in our debate.

There is an error. The creator of the video says that the subject of the debate was the existence of the Christian God. In fact, the question before us was simply “Does God exist?”

However, the points made in the video remain valid, as Craig, in the debate itself, actually defines God as being necessarily good. Hence, if I can show there is no good God, I can show there is no God, as Craig understands that term.

Craig said: “Now, first of all, it’s inaccurate to call this being an evil “God” because God, by definition, is a being which is necessarily good.”

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