The MP3 file is here. (29 minutes)
- The Reasonable Faith Chapters program: why?
- Brian’s new Reasonable Faith chapter in Belfast, Ireland
- WLC’s new book “On Guard” for beginning Christians (coming out in March!)
- WLC’s upcoming debate with physicist Victor Stenger on March 1, 2010
- WLC’s upcoming debate with philosopher Michael Tooley, later on in March
- How did WLC become a Christian?
- Which books and scholars influenced WLC the most?
- What is the focus of WLC’s current research
- What books should a beginning Christian read to start defending their faith?
- What books should an intermediate Christian read to start defending their faith?
- What degrees can a Christian do to be accredited in apologetics?
- The importance of having a mentor to help direct your studies
- What dicipline is an essential jumping-off for Christian scholars?
- Whice argument for Christianity is the most effective?
- What should a person study to develop their personal character?
- What skills are necessary for study, and how do you develop them?
- Which scholars does WLC admire as role models?
- How can a person develop to improve their public speaking skills?
- What does WLC do to prepare for this debates?
- How does apologetics connect with the concept of “spiritual warfare”?
- How can you use apologetics to help the development of your children?
- How important is your marriage compared to your studies?
- What is the ultimate goal of the apologetic enterprise?
- Does God have a specific or a general will for each individual?
- What legacy does WLC hope to leave behind?
Brian did a good job on this interview. He’s a very nice person, too.
In fact, he’s so nice that he managed to persuade Biola University to offer a 10% discount on William Lane Craig’s Philosophy of Religion DVD set. It’s big and expensive ($135!), but you only need to buy it once, and Brian recommends it. I think that this set is a lot better than the Kalam Cosmological Argument set that is also available.