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Here you will find a deep library of writings, videos, podcasts, and more that feature the work of Dr. William Lane Craig. A great place to begin is our short animated video series below.
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SEE OUR LATEST VIDEOS
Is There Meaning to Life?Play Download
Leibniz’ Contingency ArgumentPlay Download
The Kalam Cosmological Argument Part 1: ScientificPlay Download
The Kalam Cosmological Argument Part 2: PhilosophicalPlay
The Fine-Tuning of the UniversePlay Download
God and MathematicsPlay Download
The Moral ArgumentPlay Download
The Ontological ArgumentPlay Download
Suffering and Evil: The Logical ProblemPlay Download
Suffering and Evil: The Probability VersionPlay Download
Who Did Jesus Think He Was?Play Download
Did Jesus Rise from the Dead: The FactsPlay Download
Did Jesus Rise from the Dead: The ExplanationPlay Download
How Can Jesus Be the Only Way?Play Download
The Problem of Those Who Have Never Heard of ChristPlay Download
Question of the week
#727 Creation and Change
Dear William lane , Craig I am very moved by the Cosmological argument however I have found a rebuttal to it by Philosopher Schopenhauer 1. The relata of the causal relation are changes. 2. Every change is an alteration. 3. Every alteration presupposes a substrate of alteration that does not change in respect of its existence and identity. 4. Some, but not all, substrates of alteration are n...Read More