Monday, February 22, 2010

Apologist Interview: William Lane Craig

Today's interview is with Christian philosopher and theologian William Lane Craig. He talks about Reasonable Faith Chapters, his newest book On Guard: Defending Your Faith with Reason and Precision, how he got started in apologetics, upcoming debates, early influences (E.J. Carnell, Stuart Hackett), academic advice and insights, essential areas of study, communication skills, debate, long term goals, and more.

 Full Interview MP3 Audio here. (30 minutes)

Dr. Craig's podcasts can be found here, as well as other audio and video. Also check out this podcast feed of all of Craig's debate audio.

You may also be interested in a special offer on Craig's Philosophy of Religion 19 DVD set here.

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Enjoy.

4 comments :

Bruce said...

Nice interview and excellent questions! I've often wished someone would ask him about developing good communication skills, since his are so good.

plindy101 said...

Wow I didn't know WLC was going to be debating Victor Stenger on March 1st. Does anyone know if it is going to be streaming live or anything?

Bruce said...

Plindy101

Well, these guys are sponsoring it: http://oregonstate.edu/groups/socratic/
And they appear to archive video of some of their debates.

Yo said...

It's interesting that the OSU club has titled the debate "Two Philosophers Debate the Existence of God." Even though Victor Stenger is an adjunct professor of philosophy in Colorado, he does not have any earned degree in philosophy (not even undergrad).

It would make more sense to say "A Philosopher and A Physicist Debate the Existence of God."

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