Sample clip of my debate with an
atheist on the issue of morality.
Find the whole debate at this link
Will William Lane Craig debate Richard Dawkins?
If given the slightest opportunity he most certainly will yet…opportunity is being withheld via Richard Dawkins’ self-serving selection of refusing to debate certain personages.
As for William Lane Craig, Richard Dawkins has stated, “I've never heard of William Craig” and that he will not debate this stranger as “A debate with him might look good on his resume, but it wouldn't look good on mine!” He has further “elucidated”
Yet, logically, if he never heard of Craig how can he know whose resume their debate would enhance?
Let us assist Richard Dawkins in getting acquainted with William Lane Craig.
Here is a list of 48 personages whom William Lane Craig has debated (and the more I attempted to complete a comprehensive list, the more names I found):
James Robert Brown
John Dominic Crossan
John Shelby Spong
Robert (Greg) Cavin
Walter Sinnott Armstrong
That is correct; William Lane Craig debated the most well known and respected intellectual atheist in the world for the past half century, the late and ex-atheist Antony Flew, and Richard Dawkins never hear of it. The overwhelming majority of his debate opponents have earned PhDs.
Interestingly, William Lane Craig’s very first listed publication is a popular level works dating to 1974 AD titled, “Evangelicals and Evolution: An Analysis of the Debate Between the Creation Research Society and the American Scientific Affiliation” from the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society [17 (1974): 131-148].
This means that he has been publically weighing in on the issue of evolution/Darwinism and creation for almost four decades.
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