Reading Time: < 1 minute In my first video in this series on the Kalam as pertaining to leading light of internet atheism, CosmicSkeptic, I looked at running a commentary that hoped to highlight the need for clarity in many of the points that Alex O’Connor made in a vide debunking his former self. In the second video, I have […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute Okay, this isn’t so much a debunking as a conversation or a use of Alex O’Connor’s (CosmicSkeptic) recent video as a stimulus for discussion. It’s a commentary of sorts. I’ve got a lot of time for O’Connor: his videos are excellent and he rightfully has a big following because he produces quality content with finesse […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes Alex O’Connor is a bit of a star in the atheist world right now, with a huge internet following, getting invited to conferences and getting huge names to discussions, from Richard Dawkins to, now, William Lane Craig. So here he is talking to William Lane Craig. And I am sure as hell O’Connor has read […]
Reading Time: 4 minutes Recently, I wrote a few pieces on heaven with reference to William Lane Craig and how he has made claims about front-loading people who would reject Jesus (God using his Middle Knowledge to work this out) into those who, as it turns out with creation, never get to hear about him anyway. In other words, […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes In part 1, we considered William Lane Craig’s childishly flawed defense of the Trinity. Now let’s see if he can support his claim that the moral character of the Christian god beats that of the Muslim god.
Reading Time: 5 minutes William Lane Craig compares Christianity with Islam and argues that the Trinitarian Christian god is better, but his theological errors would earn him an F if this were a freshman paper.
Reading Time: < 1 minute I am running a series of the old podcast segments from my Pearced Off! section of the Skepticule Podcast (a British skepticism-based podcast now on hiatus) that I used to contribute to. Some of the earlier ones have some quieter audio. Apologies. They run at around ten minutes. Something to keep you company outside of Netflix and the […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes Here is a recent question to William Lane Craig on his Reasonable Faith website: Hi Dr Craig, I’ve been studying the Perseverance of the Saints and I found your paper on the subject very thought-provoking. I have been wrestling with this subject as of late and there appear to be certain difficulties with the traditional understanding of […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes I have written an essay that can be found variously on this site called “God Is a Consequentialist” in which I set out that God is a moral consequentialist. Some of which I will now set out or paraphrase before looking at the defence William Lane Craig and others use to get around this. This […]
Reading Time: 4 minutes Isn’t failing to believe in Jesus as your savior rather arbitrary? Is that sufficient to send someone to hell? Christians, do you want this rule applied to your children? And what does it say about a god who would have a rule that is so at odds with modern morality?