Reasonable Faith Podcast

Reasonable Faith is a conversational program dealing with the most important apologetic questions of our day.

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Questions on Evil, Inerrancy, and the Argument From Contingency

Another question on the Problem of Evil, the alleged contradictions in the Resurrection accounts, and the Argument From Contingency.

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Questions on Evil, Inerrancy, and the Argument From Contingency

Another question on the Problem of Evil, the alleged contradictions in the Resurrection accounts, and the Argument From Contingency.

Questions on Historical Criteria, Genesis, and Philosophy

Dr. Craig fields questions on the "Criterion of Dissimilarity", understanding Genesis, and how philosophy, science, and scripture work together.

The Resurrection, Fideism, and Circularity

Dr. Craig interacts with a philosophy blog on whether the Christian exercises "blind faith" and circular reasoning when it comes to the Resurrection of Jesus.

The Supreme Court Appointment

Dr. Craig shares thoughts on the recent Supreme Court appointment and what it means for the future of the USA.

Atheist Virus Memes

Dr. Craig is interviewed by Justin Brierley on responding to atheist "memes" on social media during the pandemic.

Acts 17

Amazing things happened when the Apostle Paul went to Athens and spoke to the philosophers there.

Humanism and the Real Problem of Evil, Part 2

An atheist blogger claims a secular society is morally superior to Christianity.

Humanism and the Real Problem of Evil, Part 1

An atheist blogger claims a secular society is morally superior to Christianity.

Questions on Numbers, Certainty, and the Trinity

Dr. Craig answers questions on the nature of numbers, the need for certainty, and the relationship between the Argument From Contingency and the Trinity.

An Atheist Defines Calvinism

An atheist professor asks for an evaluation of his understanding of Calvinism.