WHAT YOU'LL FIND HERE
Welcome to ReasonableFaith.org!
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.
Looking for videos? You can find us on YouTube at DrCraigvideos, which features short clips, and at ReasonableFaithOrg which hosts full-length videos of Dr. Craig’s many debates, lectures, and weekly Defenders Class.
Don’t miss our podcasts! The Reasonable Faith podcast features lively conversation about the issues of the day. Defenders Livestream on Facebook is available each week and a rich archive of past series are available on our full-length YouTube channel.
Interested in discussion about the issues raised in Dr. Craig’s work? Join our Open Forum or find a local Reasonable Faith Chapter in your area. See the RF Chapters section for information on how to start a chapter of your own.
Dr. Craig’s books and recordings are available for purchase in our store.
If English is not your first language, please visit the Translations page to see what’s available in your language.
SEE OUR LATEST VIDEOS
Is There Meaning to Life?Play Download
Leibniz’ Contingency ArgumentPlay Download
The Kalam Cosmological ArgumentPlay Download
The Fine-Tuning of the UniversePlay 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
Question of the week
#658 On the Interview with Sir Roger Penrose
Dear Dr. Craig, I listened to your interaction with Sir Roger Penrose on Unbelievable?, and I was interested in your claim that absolute metaphysical time exists. I have a concern about the coherence of metaphysical time. If metaphysical time exists, then it will always make sense to say that some past event occurred x amount of time ago, even if time becomes impossible to measure physically (e.g...Read More