William Lane Craig debates Peter Millican: Does God Exist? Video, audio and summary


The audio of the debate can be downloaded from Apologetics 315.


Christian philosopher William Lane Craig debates atheist Peter Millican on the topic: Does God Exist?The debate was organised by the Philosophy Society at Birmingham University on October 21, 2011 for the Reasonable Faith tour. The Tour was co sponsored by UCCF, Damaris and Premier Christian Radio (audio via their Unbelievable podcast). Want to hear every audio debate by William Lane Craig? Check out the audio debate feed here.

Full Debate MP3 Audio here(2hr 23min)

Dr. Millican proved to be an amazing debater, and that allowed Dr. Craig to show the full range of his talents in a way that he has never done before. This was a great debate – right up there with Craig’s two debates against Austin Dacey and Paul Draper. Dr. Millican is excellent at analytical philosophy, had studied cosmology and physics…

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Bloomberg Thinks That The Second Amendment Is Illegal

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Bloomberg gun-control group facing internal backlash amid growing profile

Nashua Mayor Donnalee Lozeau says she called it quits after the group launched television attack ads against New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte. Ayotte voted against legislation that would have expanded background checks to cover almost every gun purchase in the country.

“I said, ‘Wait a minute. I don’t want to be part of something like that,’” Lozeau told The Manchester Union Leader. “I told them, ‘You’re Mayors Against Illegal Guns; you’re not mayors for gun control.’”

Rockford’s three-term independent Mayor Lawrence Morrissey bowed out over similar concerns.

“The reason why I joined the group in the first place is because I took the name for what it said – against ‘illegal’ guns,” Morrissey said at a town hall meeting on June 22. His comments were met with applause. “I thought it was about enforcement of (the) existing gun laws” against illegal weapons. “As…

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Video: Conressman Louie Gohmert Talks Up Rumor About Benghazi Kidnapping Scheme on Fox News

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Former Muslim Brotherhood member, now peace activist, Walid Shoebat has been arguing for months that the Benghazi massacre was a kidnapping scheme between the US and Egyptian MB led government that went wrong.

You can read Shoebat’s detailed report on the kidnapping scheme, here: Ironclad: Egypt Involved in Benghazi Attacks.

Amazingly, on September 28, 2012, after evidence implicating Mursi in the attacks in Benghazi had become available, the Obama administration announced that it would be providing Mursi’s government with $450 Million, despite protestations from Congress. A New York Times article (EXHIBIT R) outlined the details of the aid package:

The Obama administration notified Congress on Friday that it would provide Egypt’s new government an emergency cash infusion of $450 million, but the aid immediately encountered resistance from a prominent lawmaker wary of foreign aid and Egypt’s new course under the leadership of the Muslim Brotherhood.

An act of…

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