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The Case for Christian Theism: The Reasonable Faith UK Tour

In 2011, Dr. William Lane Craig, the founder and president of Reasonable Faith, participated in a series of lectures and debates from London to Birmingham. This documentary contains never-before-seen interviews with attendees and participants who share their perspective on each event while also focu...

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Dr. Craig's Personal Comments on His Doctoral Studies

 In March 2017 Dr. Craig traveled the island of Ireland on a speaking tour that included various debates, lectures, and meetings. In this talk with the local church leaders of Belfast, Dr. Craig ...

Why Is It Not Logically Possible That Literally Nothing Exists, Including God?

Dr. Craig was invited to speak at the Worldview Apologetics Conference hosted at Westminster Chapel in Bellevue, WA in April of 2017.Following his lecture titled "Why Does Anything at All Exist?" Dr. ...

On the Use of the Word "Innocent" to Describe the Pardoned

On October 14, 2017, at Houston Baptist University Dr. Craig shares a paper exploring the analogy between divine forgiveness and legal pardon. Following the lecture, he answers a question regarding hi...

Is There Meaning to Life?

For More Information: https://www.reasonablefaith.org/meaningReasonable Faith features the work of philosopher and theologian Dr. William Lane Craig and aims to provide in the public arena an intellig...

On Forgiveness as Both Forensic and Personal

On October 14, 2017, at Houston Baptist University Dr. Craig shares a paper exploring the analogy between divine forgiveness and legal pardon. Following the lecture, he answers a question concerning t...

On Jesus Being Both Punished and Pardoned

On October 14, 2017, at Houston Baptist University Dr. Craig shares a paper exploring the analogy between divine forgiveness and legal pardon. Following the lecture, he answers a question regarding th...

When Does the Pardon Take Effect for a New Believer

On October 14, 2017, at Houston Baptist University Dr. Craig shares a paper exploring the analogy between divine forgiveness and legal pardon. Following the lecture, he responds to this question about...

Is the Rejection of Penal Substitution Demanded by Roman Catholic Soteriology?

Dr. Craig answers a question regarding Catholic doctrine and penal substitution following a presentation of his paper defending the Reformers' doctrine of penal substitutionary atonement against t...

Are Retributive Justice and Legal Pardon Both Biblical Views?

Dr. Craig answers a question concerning justice and pardon following a presentation of his paper defending the Reformers' doctrine of penal substitutionary atonement against the attacks of some co...

On Consequentialist vs Retributivist Theories of Justice

Dr. Craig answers a question regarding retributive, reparative, and consequentialist theories of justice following a presentation of his paper defending the Reformers’ doctrine of p...