Carroll won this debate I had seen this
I watched the debate months ago, so I've forgotten too much detail about it. But it seemed to me that Carroll made only one strong objection to Craig's case. He quoted Guth to show that WLC had misinterpreted the BGVT.
Right. Just like the first premise in the Kalam Cosmological Argument is really just an assertion. There is no actual argument to defend the premise that "everything that begins to exist has a cause".
Quote from: kravarnik on February 12, 2016, 05:05:44 amMinds can cause stuffMATERIAL minds can cause stuff. Namely, cause material to move. The MATERIAL neurons, chemicals, etc. in my brain interact with the MATERIAL parts of my body, which in turn interact with the MATERIAL world.You are talking about an IMMATERIAL mind creating, from nothing, MATERIAL.That sounds like magic to me. Sue me for being frank, but it's how I'm calling it.
Minds can cause stuff